Fire accident is one of those disasters that no one wishes to encounter, at early hour of today one of Ihiala major markets was razed by fire from unknown source. Ihiala is a Local Government in Anambra State.
The actual cause of this fire incident is not yet known, but the state fire fighters couldn't arrive in time to quench the fire, leading to destruction of many properties, according to an eyewitness.
Attached in this article are some photos taken from the accident scene.
Image credit: The market after fire accident.
This calls for everyone to be careful. We are approaching the dry season when fire outbreaks are common. Avoid leaving your electrical appliances on while going out. Also, normalize turning off your gas cylinder when you're busy.
Check the first comment in this article to get direct link to video of this incidence.
We promise to keep you updated once we get an information about the actual cause.
Take a few minutes and sympathize with people affected by this unfavorable situation. May we not fall when it's our time to shine.
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