Family members of a person who died react at a national service for victim's of a gas station that ignited killing around hundred and sixty people last week, in Accra, Ghana, Wednesday, June 10, 2015. The flooding in the capital last week caused fuel from a gas station to ignite, killing at least 160 people. As the country mourned the victims at a national service Wednesday, the Ghanaian government is facing allegations that poorly managed city planning contributed to the tragedy.
Family members of a person who died react at a national service for victim's of a gas station that ignited killing around hundred and sixty people last week, in Accra, Ghana, Wednesday, June 10, 2015. The flooding in the capital last week caused fuel from a gas station to ignite, killing at least 160 people. As the country mourned the victims at a national service Wednesday, the Ghanaian government is facing allegations that poorly managed city planning contributed to the tragedy. Christian Thompson AP
Family members of a person who died react at a national service for victim's of a gas station that ignited killing around hundred and sixty people last week, in Accra, Ghana, Wednesday, June 10, 2015. The flooding in the capital last week caused fuel from a gas station to ignite, killing at least 160 people. As the country mourned the victims at a national service Wednesday, the Ghanaian government is facing allegations that poorly managed city planning contributed to the tragedy. Christian Thompson AP

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