Tragedy Strikes Totota: Liberia National Red Cross Responds Swiftly

In a devastating incident on December 26, a gasoline tanker explosion rocked Totota in Bong County, leaving in its wake a trail of destruction, death, and injuries. The Liberia National Red Cross Society was swift in mobilizing a dedicated team of emergency responders to collaborate with local authorities, including the County Health Team, to manage the crisis on the ground.

The Secretary General of the Liberia National Red Cross Society Gregory T. Blamoh, expressed the urgency of their response, stating, “Our primary concern is to provide immediate assistance to those affected by this tragic incident. The Red Cross team is on the ground, working tirelessly to support local efforts in handling the aftermath of the explosion.”

The Red Cross played a crucial role in the recovery and burial process, ensuring that the ten lives lost, including that of a pregnant woman, were treated with the utmost respect and dignity.

Mr. Blamoh emphasized, “In our ongoing efforts, we’ve supplied body bags, collected the charred remains of ten casualties and are closely collaborating with local authorities and the County Health Team to ensure a dignified and respectful burial for those who were killed in the fire. Our thoughts remain with the affected families.”

, Mr. Blamoh expressed his and the Liberia National Red Cross Society’s condolences to the families of the deceased and underscored the Red Cross’s commitment to standing united with the community during these difficult times. “We extend heartfelt condolences to those affected by the tragic fire in Totota, Bong County. Our team is on-site, collaborating with local authorities and stakeholders to manage the aftermath. We stand united in supporting the community’s efforts for a dignified farewell to those we lost. Wishing strength and swift recovery to the injured. Together, we shall navigate these challenging times.”

The Red Cross’s involvement extends beyond physical support, recognizing the emotional toll on the affected communities. Mr. Blamoh stated, “The situation is troubling. We do not only address the physical needs of affected communities and people but also support their emotional well-being. As such, we will continue to work with the affected people in Totota to provide psychosocial support.”

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