There is a fire outbreak at Makola located in the Greater Accra region. The incidence happened this morning around 9: 30 am. According to eye witnesses, they do not actually know the cause of the fire outbreak.
Some of them are even saying it is an explosion of an electrical gadget. For now fire services have arrived at tge seen to help quench the fire. Looking at the rate at which the fire is burning, it is very severe and difficult to quench it easily.
The fire is currently burning almost all the stores closer to it. According to some of the eye witnesses, they are certain that no one is in the building but for lots of properties it has been destroyed.
Whilst the fire services are trying their best to quench the fire, it is still increasing. The more they poor water on the fire, the more explosion occurs. The building is located at city Gold closer to Ghana Commercial Bank. Per what is happening and sources, no one is dead everyone is out of the building.
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