Wednesday, 10 June 2015
  0 Replies
  680 Visits
The site of the Circle fuel station explosion has become an attraction for people who are curious about the June 3 flood and fire disaster and its occurrence.

Starr News reporter, Asabea Akonor, who visited the location one week after the disaster which claimed 152 lives, said the grounds which presents a sense of nostalgia for eyewitnesses is also a place of interest for visitors.

“Ground zero is now a tourist attraction. People now visit just to ask people around how the whole thing happened.”

The police and military have cordoned off the fire disaster zone while investigation into the tragedy proceeds.

"Although the place has been cordoned off the smell emanating from that space is still pungent," Akonor reported.

The Fire Service said its preliminary investigations reveal that loose valves at the GOIL station sparked the fire.

Meanwhile, government today held a memorial for those who died in the incident at the forecourt of the State House. #NambePatrickGH
There are no replies made for this post yet.
Be one of the first to reply to this post!