Salvage Mission After Ghana Inferno

A salvage operation after a fire at a petrol station in Ghana's capital that killed 150 people will continue until Sunday.
John Dramani Mahama said three days of national mourning would then begin for those who died in the inferno and the flooding that has also hit Accra.
It is believed flood waters carried fuel from a garage storage tank towards a nearby fire causing the explosion.
Following an emergency meeting of cabinet and security chiefs on how to tackle flooding, the government says it will release $14 million to help flood victims.