One of the critically injured victims of the Bogoso-Appiate blast, has died before he could be airlifted to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, the country’s largest referral facility. He was on admission at the Tarkwa Municipal Hospital and the doctors had arranged to airlift him to Korle-Bu because of his bad condition.
Please like and share this article. Don't forget to leave a comment below. Please follow me to access my newly published articles. The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE) for Prestea-Huni Valley, the constituency in which Bogoso-Appiate is found, Dr. Isaac Dasmani has revealed in an interview that the number of deaths, as well as casualties in the Appiate Explosion, would have gone up if the buildings in the area were not thatch houses.
The casualty figures in the Bogoso-Appiate explosion would have be lower if the warning by the driver of the dynamite-carrying vehicle, that people should not to get closer had not been ignored. Many would simply not just listen as they rather rushed with their mobile phones to take still and video shots of the thick plumes of smoke, and suddenly, got trapped in the huge explosion.
Please like and share this article. Don't forget to leave a comment below. Please follow me for more updates. The people of Bogoso-Appiate and its environs have received the best of news today, as their roads that were destroyed as a result of the huge explosion which occurred a few days ago, are now being fixed by the government.
It has been reported that a 7 years old baby was included in the gory explosion at Appiate in the Western region. According to a Clinical Coordinator and Head of the Emergency Team at the Apinto Government Hospital, Dr. Joseph Darko, the baby is the youngest among victims Who perished with 13 other individuals in the explosion.
Government Suspended License Of Mining Contractor, Maxim Limited Over The Bogoso-Appiiate explosive.
The ministry of Land and Natural Resources has disclosed that the government has suspended the license of a mining services contractor; Maxam Limited, following an explosion at Bogoso-Appiate that has killed a lot of people, injured some and destroyed a lot of properties. It is said that the exploitive that the vehicle was carrying belongs to Maxam Limited which was transported to the Chirano gold mine, run by Toronto-based Kinross (K.TO).
Administration, ACP Kwesi Ofori has stacked gestures of recognition on the driver of the truck that was associated with a huge blast at Bogoso-Appiate in the Western Region of Ghana. As per the ACP, the driver had the option to forestall a circumstance that would have been more terrible than the momentum circumstance after the blast.