So Sad: Ghanaian cameraman/journalist dies in Atomic Junction gas explosion...

Mohammed Ashley, a camera man with Accra-based Net 2 Television who went to the Atomic Junction to cover the gas explosion, has died out of the incident.

The family of the deceased and the management of the station were at the morgue on Monday to identify the body.

The explosion, which occurred on Saturday, October 6th, 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.

net2 cameraman mohammed ashley atomic junction gas explosion 2Photo: The deceased, Mohammed Ashley, a Net2 Cameraman

Responding to a question in an interview with Class FM’s Moro Awudu on the Executive Breakfast Show on Monday, October 9, the 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.”