June 3, 2015 will forever remain a painful memory for many residents of Circle in Accra where a filling station explosion killed over 150 people.
A month after the tragic incident, Joy News returned to the scene to find out how some victims are picking up the pieces of their broken lives.
Goil filling station where the fire disaster started has been cordoned off with aluminium sheets.
The aluminium sheets have now become poster boards to announce the funeral of some of the 152 lives lost in the flood and fire disaster.
A popular driver Kojo Addai also known as '50 Cents' and a 22-year old Helen Danso, an attendant at the Goil filling station were numbered with the dead.
A 66-year old John Quartey had 13 of his 16-bedroom apartment badly damaged after the explosion at the Goil filling station. The frail man who uses walking aids survived the disaster but explains how he feels neglected by authorities of Goil whom he says should bear the cost of the damage done to his house.
Source: Joy News
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