Sports News of Sunday, 8 October 2017
Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan has sent his condolence to the bereaved families of the Atomic Junction gas explosion disaster.
Residents of Atomic Junction were thrown into a state of pandemonium after two gas filling stations in the area were engulfed in flames on Saturday night.
Homes have been evacuated and students of Presbyterian Boys Secondary School (PRESEC) at Legon have been moved from campus to safety as their lives are threatened by fire spreading as a result of a gas explosion.
There were two massive explosions at Madina Atomic Junction Saturday evening.
Huge ball of fire went up immediately after residents heard a loud sound of explosion in the area.
At least 3 people have been confirmed dead and 35 more critically injured in the in the unfortunate occurrence.
Gyan took to Twitter to express his melancholy about the regrettable incident.
October 7, .. sad sad day..My condolences to the bereaved families..God in your hands..l can feel the trauma.. students and parents.. hmmm pic.twitter.com/gkruDSYiSC
— ASAMOAH GYAN (@ASAMOAH_GYAN3) October 8, 2017