Net2 TV Staff Dies During Coverage Of Atomic Junction Gas Explosion

It has been revealed the man who allegedly fell from the Atomic Junction overpass during last Saturday’s gas explosion was an employee of Madina-based Net2 TV.

The family of the deceased were at the morgue Monday to identify the body.

The circumstances surrounding the death of the cameraman is unclear but there are claims that he jumped to his death during the rush hour.

Some people around when the sad incident happened
An official count has put the number of people who lost their lives after the tragedy to seven while 132 others were injured.

The Information Ministry has said out of the injured at least 64 persons have been discharged with 68 others receiving treatment.

The explosion, which occurred on Saturday, October 6 killed at least seven people and injured 132 others who are being treated at the 37 Military Hospital.

The Ghana National Fire Service (GNFS) has revealed that investigations concerning the Atomic Junction gas explosion on Saturday, October 7 will be concluded within some few days.

Deputy Public Relations Officer of the GNFS, Prince Billy Anaglate, said: “We are continuing investigations and until it is finished, the work is still not completed,” adding: “We are hoping that by the close of this week, we should conclude on the investigations.”

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