A report from East Legon indicates that a supermarket located in America House has been burnt to ashes after the Ghana Fire Service arrived late at the scene. If you watch the video carefully, you can see that this supermarket is burning at a fast rate as the people are standing there watching. One can not tell what caused the fire but the person who recorded the video was overheard saying that they have been causing the Fire Service for hours but they are now coming.
Watching the video, you can see that at the time the Fire Service arrived at the scene, the supermarket has already been burnt into ashes. The people said that if the fire service vehicle was to arrive in time, they would have saved the situation. Some Ghanaians after coming across this video said that this is so sad.
Eyewitnesses said that no casualties have been recorded but the supermarket owner will lose a lot of money due to this fire.
You can also watch the video through the link below:
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