Tragedy Five storey building collapses, humans trapped

An abandoned five-storey building has collapsed Sunday at Apatrapa in the Ashanti region.

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A five storey building at Apatrapa near Kumasi in Ashanti Region has collapsed.

The building collapsed at about 9:30 am on Sunday morning and there were initials fears from neighbours that people might be trapped under the debris.

Neighbors say the building collapsed 30 minutes after the about five occupants left the building to attend to their needs outside.

The building was sold out by a defunct Judgment Day church.

The Regional Minister has paid a visit to the collapsed site and orderd the demolition of the remaining part of the collapsed structure.

According to the Regional NADMO Coordinator Mr. Aninkorah Sie he has also called for assessment of other structures within the area.

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