Some seventeen people have been discharged after receiving treatment at the 37 Military Hospital for degrees of injury sustained in Wednesday’s torrential rains and GOIL Filling Station inferno at Nkrumah Circle in Accra.

Major Evelyn Asamoah, Deputy Public Relations in Charge of Protocol at the Ghana Armed Forces has told some more are being attended to.

Wednesday’s inferno and floods has resulted in over 200 deaths. Officials say they are still counting losses in a salvage operation expected to end Sunday.

Bodies retrieved from the wreckage have been deposited at various hospitals in the Capital, Accra.