Woman Trapped in Public Toilet Rescued
Ghana National fire service persons in Enyan Asempanyim have rescued a 45-year woman trapped in a public toilet.
According to information available to Vimnewsghana, the woman Yaa Prah went missing for three days, without any trace.
After three days of a thorough search, she was found lying inside one of the toilet bowls by a patron who was attending nature’s call at around 5:00 am, Tuesday.
According to the victim’s son, she was last seen three days ago, but there was no search for her as they suspected she had traveled to Mankessim for her usual trading.
However, they were notified by the alarms of residents who embarked on an hours-long effort to rescue her.
It took a joint effort of the Ghana National Fire Service personnel and the rescuers to drag her out of the pit.
Fire commander, BO3 Augustine Cudjoe told the media that they could not fathom how the aged woman plunged into the toilet as the seat is too small to allow entry.
He revealed his personnel had to demolish three adjoining toilet slabs before their rescue mission was successful.
Meanwhile, Yaa Prah was rescued alive but weak, and doctors from the Ajumako Hospital have confirmed she is well.