Atomic Junction Explosion Asamoah Gyan commiserates with deceased families

Officials say seven people have been confirmed dead with over 135 people injured.

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Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has expressed his deepest condolences to the families of the bereaved of the Atomic junction gas explosion disaster.

The fire and blasts gutted a liquefied gas filling station and a nearby petrol station in the Atomic Junction area of the Legon suburb of Accra on Saturday night, sending local residents fleeing.

Officials say seven people have been confirmed dead with over 135 people injured.

Four others are in critical conditions and have been placed at the Intensive Care Unit at the 37 Military Hospital in Accra.

Eleven other victims are currently on admission at the Legon Hospital bringing the number to 45 the number of injured persons recorded at the 37 Military and Legon Hospitals.

Others are also receiving treatment at the Ridge Hospital.

And Gyan on Sunday morning, took to Twitter to express his melancholy about the regrettable incident.

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