A few days after a tanker exploded near a hospital in Boksburg, about 40 kilometres east of Johannesburg, Gauteng’s premier Panyaza Lesufi set up a commission of inquiry near a hospital in Boksburg, about 40 kilometres east of Johannesburg. intend to do something. shed light on the facts.
A memorial service was held Wednesday in front of the victims’ families, who lit candles at the scene of the incident.
On Christmas Eve, a tank truck loaded with LPG entered a tunnel. The accident caused a leak and a massive explosion that caused extensive damage.
Several victims were working at Tambo Memorial Hospital, where the blast blew the windows shattered and the ceiling collapsed. The truck driver was released for lack of evidence after being held in police custody for several days for premeditated murder.
Gauteng officials say some wards at Boksburg Hospital may reopen soon.