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More than 150 killed in Ghana petrol station blast, floods

Ghanian police officers patrol the remaining structure of a gas station in Accra, Ghana, Friday, June 5, 2015, after it exploded during flash flooding which swept fuel being stored at the station into a nearby fire, triggering an explosion that also set ablaze neighboring buildings and killed many people sheltering from the storm, officials said. The death toll from a gas station explosion and flooding in Ghana's capital has more than doubled to around 150 people, President John Dramani Mahama

 

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