Apam Beach Drowning; What Actually Happened

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A few months ago, Ghanaians were hit with one of the most tragic incidents which took the lives of a number of children who lived in the Apam community.

The incident occurred on a Sunday around 5 pm when children between the ages of 14 and 17 years went through an illegal route to a lagoon to have a fun time in a water body which was restricted from being used on that day.

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Per Information gathered by Tapnewsgh, as the children were having a happy moment in the lagoon, a heavy tidal wind blew to their territory and carried them away to the deepest parts of the lagoon thereby drowning them.

The Apam District Police Commander, Deputy Superintendent of Police(DSP) Mr. Moses Osakonor said his team got the information Monday 8 March 2021 and rushed to the scene to see if they could rescue any survivor.

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After the rescue team arrived, two of the children were rescued and were receiving treatment at a hospital in Apam named St. Luke Catholic Hospital.

The two survivors during their stay at the hospital, assisted the police in their investigations.

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According to the DSP’s narration, lifeless bodies of seven children, with five being boys and two being girls were retrieved and deposited at the mortuary of the said hospital.

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According to the survivors, not all the bodies were collected after the incident occurred. Per the survivors, they were more than 20 people who went swimming that day.

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After a few days, some other bodies were collected bringing the total number of bodies collected to twelve bodies.

The bodies collected included some nurses who were believed to be part of the people who sneaked to have fun at the lagoon that day.

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