Another terrible one as driver and mate were burnt into ashes after a terrific accident occurred. This incident occurred after an explosion from a petrol tanker.
According to eye witnesses, a blue sprinter on a top speed crushed with a red saloon car. Reports coming up after the incident shows that, the sprinter was trying to overtake a VIP bus and things not going right, he accidentally crushed the saloon car.
It was this accident which then led to the fire outbreak at the fuel station. The fuel station which is very close to the roadside. Report gathered had it that, the fire swept through the community destroying several properties and houses.
Residents seeing what had happened picked up a phone and quickly called the Fire Service to rescue the situation. It was the intervention of the Fire service that was able to control the spread of the fire from destroying many properties.
Residents wept bitterly as they gave account of the story. Pictures of accident and the fire outbreak hits Facebook.
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