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There has been a fire outbreak in the Makola market in Accra, a fire that is said to have started in one story building in Makola.
According to reports we have gathered, this fire could have somehow been stopped by the Ghana Fire service right from the beginning but there was no water in thier tanks according to reports.
With many people wondering what could have been the cause of this fire outbreak in the first place, it has been allegedly reported that it started when an individual who's name is yet to be captured started his generator.
A witness speaking on Asempa Fm made mention that one reason why the fire got out of control soo quick was because the building where the fire started had explosive materials such as perfumes,oil and more.
Below is a link to a video of how the eye witness made his report from Makola few moments ago.
Click https://youtu.be/VDt8cpwGD5g to watch video.
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