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Rev Ernest Bruce Methodist Church at Adabraka collapses; 2 people feared dead (video)

A big disaster has struck as a part of the Reverend Ernest Bruce Methodist Church at Adabraka in Accra has collapsed. The church building reportedly caved in on Friday, January 22, 2021, while some people were inside the building. According to a report YEN. commonitored on GH One TV, two people are feared dead from the collapse of the church building.

Rev Ernest Bruce Methodist Church at Adabraka collapses; 2 people feared dead (video) @ghonetv @ebrucemeth Source: Facebook Videos have popped up showing scenes from the building collapse some of which have been sighted by YEN. Com

In one of the videos, many onlookers who rushed to the scene to offer help are spotted trying to go through the rubble to find survivors. But tried as they did, they could not do much as they lacked the necessary equipment.

In another video, one of the people who were trapped under the rubble had been rescued by the personnel of Ghana National Fire Service who had arrived at the scene. The rescued man looked very weak with visible injuries while he was brought off a stretcher onto the ground awaiting a vehicle to be sent to the hospital. The church collapse at Adabraka comes just three months after a similar incident happened at Akyem Batabi in the Eastern Region. As reported by YEN.com.gh, a multi-storey church building has collapsed on worshippers while they were having a church service. The collapsed building trapped over 100 people who were worshipping at the time with 22 people being confirmed dead.

source: yen

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I am a Ghana-based freelance Journalist fascinated in the Music Industry, Experienced Blogger with a demonstrated history of working in the music industry. Skilled in Music Publishing, Event Planning likewise Event Management. Strong media and communication professional with a Master of Arts (MA) focused on Management Information Systems.

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