JOHANNESBURG - The Johannesburg Emergency Services Department said that it was focused on assisting the group of Khaya Magadla with tracking down conclusion as the quest for the six-year-old forges ahead with Friday morning.
Magadla fell into a sewer vent while playing with companions at a recreation area in Dlamini, Soweto on Sunday.
The hunt and salvage activity, which is being directed along with the police, is on its fifth day.
EMS representative Robert Mulaudzi: "This time around we will likewise be conveying a few robots to help us in our hunt with the expectation of helping the Magadla family to track down conclusion with this occurrence."
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