Source: adomonline.com - More than two months after the deadly Circle disaster which killed an estimated hundred and fifty nine people, residents in the area of the incident have discovered two more dead bodies at the location.
The bodies were found in a storey building which was consumed by the fire that resulted from the explosion at the GOIL filling station.
One more body has been found at the June 3 fire and flood disaster zone, two months after the disaster struck.
The decomposed body of the man was found on Monday after residents complained of a foul smell that emanated from the Bediako Brothers house, where a Pharmacy is sited.
Source: citifmonline.com - The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection is to start cash payment to persons affected by the June 3 flood disaster from today Friday, July 24, 2015.
Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - Some residents of New Madina and Asylum Down in the Chereponi District of the Northern Region have been displaced after a heavy downpour.
More than 46 houses were destroyed in the four-hour rain which started at about 1pm last Sunday with accompanying thunderstorms and lighting.
Source: TV3network.com - Hundreds of Sawaba residents in the Asokore-Mampong Municipal Assembly have been trapped in their homes as a result of flooding from heavy rainfall Sunday.
Last night's heavy downpour has submerged about 50 houses in the area, making it difficult for the affected residents to move from their homes.
Source: GNA - The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, in collaboration with Direct-Aid Ghana, a relief agency, has donated items worth thousands of Ghana Cedis, to 250 flood victims at Asokore-Mampong in Kumasi.
Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - The Mayor of Accra, Mr Alfred Okoe Vanderpuye, has said that he does not owe victims of the devastating June 3 Accra floods any apology.
About 153 Ghanaians died in both the floods proper and a floods-induced inferno at a Goil Filling station in at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle
Source: Daily Graphic Ghana - The Ghana Red Cross Society (GRCS) yesterday distributed relief items to 264 people who were affected by the June 3 floods in parts of Accra.
The items included sleeping mats, blankets, bed sheets, pieces of cloth, hygiene kits, water treatment bags, mosquito nets, detergents and toiletries, valued at GH¢150,000.
Source: GNA - ActionAid Ghana (AAG), an international development charity, has donated a variety of relief items valued at GH?500,000.00 to the June 3 flood victims in six districts of the Greater Accra Region.
Source: cityfmonline.com - The Police Hospital has identified 58 victims of the June 3 fire disaster through Deoxiribonucleic Acid (DNA) tests so far.
71 Bodies were deposited at the hospitals morgue after the disaster.
President John Mahama directed hospitals to use DNA tests to identify the bodies that were burnt beyond recognition.
Source: Daniel Asuku/rainbowradio.co.uk - After a month from the June 3 Twin Disaster, the Kwame Nkrumah Circle branch of the Ghana Oil Company Limited (GOIL) is gradually becoming a tourist site in Accra. The very spot was
Source: TV3network.com - Residents of Aboabo in the Ashanti region blocked roads with burning materials following the death of one man and the flooding of many homes after a downpour last night.
The body of the deceased, a 56 year old from Tongo in the Upper East region floated out of a gutter in the community. He is said to have come to visit a sick brother at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital when he met his death. Reports indicate that several homes were also flooded including
Source: myjoyonline.com - Four victims of the June 3 flood and fire disaster have been laid to rest at Beposo in the Ashanti region.
Thousands of mourners joined bereaved families earlier today for the burial of the four - all men. According to Nhyira FM’s Nana Boateng who was at the funeral, the bodies of
A 56-year-old man has been found died after a heavy downpour in the Ashanti regional capital Kumasi.
The man, according to reports had come from Tongo in the Upper East region to visit a brother who is on admission at the Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
Source: The Insight Newspaper
2002: “Other notable properties that will likely to be affected in the case of flood shall be the Kwame Nkrumah Circle, Ghana Commercial Bank Tower, Barclays Bank, the Entertainment spots, the filling station nearby may even catch fire destroying properties in and around the area. Note that the area is highly patronized day and night hence care must be taken to restore the sand trap,” portions of the memo reads after analysing the flood situation in the country....
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