Mop-up operations underway in KwaZulu-Natal
Mop-up operations are underway in KwaZulu-Natal.
The province has been ravaged by heavy rains and floods that claimed 51 people.
The most affected areas are Chatsworth, Clare Estate and Mariannhill.
Speaking to John Maytham, spokesperson for the KwaZulu-Natal rescue care Garrit Jamieson says most people died from flooding and crush injuries.
There is a big damage. Multiple roads and bridges have collapsed.Garrit Jamieson, Spokesperson - Rescue care (KZN)
There is significant damage to the Durban area.Garrit Jamieson, Spokesperson - Rescue care (KZN)
Jamieson says the communities have been helping with the recovery efforts.
At the drop of a hat yesrday, the communities rallied together.Garrit Jamieson, Spokesperson - Rescue Care (KZN)
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