“The Driver Signaled Everybody To Run But People Picked Their Phones To Record”-Eye Witness Narrates
Amidst the sad incident that happened at Bogoso recently which has left many in a state of shock, many people have expressed their view about the sad disaster. There are some people in our societies, anytime something bad happens the first thing they do is to pick up their phones and start recording what is happening.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. Ghanaians weren’t lucky enough to witness another good news as the unexpected explosion that occurred at Appiatse in the Bogoso municipality has undoubtedly broken the hearts of most individuals across the country especially residents within the Appiatse community.
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.
Experts in Ghana have begun getting the site free from a significant blast that came about in no less than 17 dead and many harmed. The blast happenned on Thursday when a vehicle conveying mining explosives colided with a cruiser in the town of Apiate, in western Ghana.
News reaching Francisca from Ghana popular Musician and a political activist explained the cause of the incident at Bogoso-Apiate in the Western Region. According to him, the company at Chirano mines has been warned from transporting finished explosion products to the site but instead, they should send all the chemicals to the site for making the explosion products.
20th January 2022 was another sad news for Ghana as many people lost their lives and left many in a critical condition in an explosion in the Bogoso Appiatse Western Region. According to information gathered, a mining explosive vehicle moving from Tarkwa to Chirano mines collided with a motorcycle resulting in the explosion.
Four people who were taken for dead because of their condition in the deadly blast that occurred at Bogoso-Appiate, a farming/mining community in the Prestea-Huni-Valley Municipality of the Western Region, have been found by medical doctors not to be clinically dead. They are on admission and receiving treatment at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), the country’s second largest referral facility.