The rainfal in Ghana suggest a change in the pattern /months of rainfall. The accepted April to September rainy season and October to March dry season is gradually changing.
Over the years, June and July are known to be the months with the most rainfall, but that pattern seem to have changed to September and October this year, as more rain are expected in October, after September also jad numerous days of rainfall.
The people of Cape Coast had a very disturbing day yesterday, when thier streets and homes were flooded after hours of downpour. This led to many places getting flooded, even a Covid19 treatment center was flooded and patients had to be moved to a holding area until the place was cleared to contain them again.
Shops and homes were flooded and as a result, rescue operations were carried out by the Ghana National Fire Service to provide assistance to those who needed help.
Notable of them, is how a family was saved by the selfless ans heroic act by the "men made of fire".
The bravery and timely rescue by the Fire service of Ghana saved this family from drowning, as the streets of their house was heavily flooded, extending to their gouse and rooms as well, making them helpless until the intervention of the fire service.
Ayekoo to the Ghana National Fire Service for their bravery, to save this family from distress and even worse, drowning.
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