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Saturday, February 09, 2019

Tanker Explosion Burns Down Buildings And Shops In Anambra

About 10 vehicles, seven buildings and shops have been destroyed when a tanker conveying petrol to an unknown destination fell at Amawbia round about, near Governor’s lodge in Anambra state.







The incident happened about 9.20pm on Saturday close to the Fire Service office.

Though no casualty had been reported, men of the police and fire fighters have been battling to salvage situation.

The State Police Public Relations Officer, Haruna Mohammed, while confirming the incident, described it as sad and unfortunate.

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9 comments:

  1. Omg! Whats all these tanker inferno we hear of everyday. Somethibg should be done. They should only go about on the road strictly at night and before 5am the next morning. May God comfort their families.

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  2. Very tight space ..Adam n eve too...poor masses dying.....

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  3. Jesu ........ tanker driver should always be watchful and careful. Not again biko.

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  4. The road is narrow. It needs to wild .oh God save your people.

    AMAWBIA Ugbo OGIRIGA

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    1. Yeah it needs to do wild wilder wildest...wilder wilder wilderrr

      #Wide

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  5. God please let there be no lose of life in Jesus name Amen. that's a very busy road

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