All 115 people killed in Friday’s massive fuel tanker explosion in Sierra Leone had been buried in a mass ceremony in the country capital, Freetown.
Many of the dead were burnt beyond recognition after fuel leaked before catching fire at a busy junction.
The authorities have also made an urgent appeal for blood donations to treat more than 100 burn victims admitted to hospitals.
Officials say that blood supplies might run out in the next 72 hours.
Those buried on Monday were laid to rest in the same cemetery as some of those who died in the 2017 mudslide that killed some 1,000 people in the city, says local journalist Umaru Fofana.
A health ministry spokesman has confirmed that the number of known deaths has risen to 115.
President Julius Maada Bio has declared three days of national mourning for Friday’s disaster and ordered flags to be flown at half-mast.
Bio also said that a task force would be set up to look into the tragedy, and make recommendations to avoid similar incidents.
Some Hospitals in the West African nation have been stretched because of the growing medical needs and the sector has not fully recovered from the 2014 Ebola pandemic.
The World Health Organization has dispatched 6,000 tonnes of medical supplies to help treat the victims.