Even after his entire body and clothes had be doused with petroleum solvent, Amos is fortunate to be counted among the living after his encounter with the fire that engulfed the Goil Filling Station at Kwame Nkrumah Circle.
Right before his own eyes, Amos saw the rain water gathering and flowing like a river that could sweep off any material or living being; and for this reason, he drove his taxi to the station to patiently wait for the heavy rainfall to stop.
And it was at this point that Amos narrates to Peacefmonline.com how he miraculously escaped the jaws of death.
Below is a published account from Amos...
I had to park my car here and wait. I waited for several hours and the rain didn’t stop. At a point I realized the rain water had reached my chest level so I decided to come out of my car. I tried opening my door and I couldn’t do that.
I got trapped inside my car so I had to escape through the window.
When I came down I had to wash down and for several hours I sensed some form of buring sensation around my legs.
I brought my leg out of the water and I realized the fore skin had peeled off. What I did next was to inform one of the fuel attendants that the whole place had become fuel. My body reeked of fuel and for an unknown reason, I walked back to my car; then I heard boom!
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