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PHOTO GALLERY: Ghana's petrol station blast leaves at least 150 dead


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A fire services officer walks at the wreckage of a gas station that exploded (Reuters)
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Rescue workers carry a corpse from the remains of a petrol station that exploded(Reuters)
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A soldier stands guard at the wreckage of a petrol station that exploded (Reuters)
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Rescue workers carry a corpse from the remains of a petrol station that exploded (Reuters)
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The remaining structure of a gas station after it exploded in Accra (Reuters)
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Rescue workers carry the remains, of a person onto the back of a truck after being killed in a gas station explosion in Accra (AP)
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A soldier stands guard at the wreckage of a petrol station that exploded (Reuters)
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The charred wreckage of a minivan is seen at a gas station that exploded (Reuters)
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Firefighters spray water over the smoldering remains a gas station following an explosion in Accra (AP)
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An explosion at a petrol station in Ghana's capital and flooding caused by torrential rains killed around 150 people, marking the worst disaster to strike the West African country in more than a decade

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