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South Africa is not safe | See what was discovered in the river at uTongaat [Photos]

The Reaction Unit South Africa relayed the news to the media that a man's body had been discovered in the bank of a river just outside of Durban (RUSA). As a result of this revelation, the media was shocked. Since this information has only recently been made public, it has been widely covered by the media. 


Death has yet to be assigned a name, but the body was discovered in the river at uTongaat, north of Durban, according to the website Accidents There is no information on the man's identify at this point in time. uTongaat is a town in the KwaZulu-Natal province of South Africa. 


Local residents called the Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) to tell them what they had found in the river, according to a statement from the group. It was communicated to the organization over the phone. Informed by RUSA, they were made aware of this news. 


It's possible that it happened at 8:01 a.m. local time somewhere in the vicinity. 


Neither the South African Police Service nor the Reaction Unit South Africa could find the location indicated by the informant, so both went there. It was a joint effort by both of these groups to study the situation According to the informant, who was able to supply this information. 


For the first time in history, RUSA has gained access to the body of an unidentified person. Upon further inspection, it was discovered that the man had suffered traumatic brain injuries. 


The fact that he had his pockets turned inside out suggests that he was shoved by someone else. It's much more likely that he was robbed by someone else. 


I'd appreciate it if you could have a look at these images:

Source(s): https://www.accidents.co.za/2022/05/19/body-of-a-man-discovered-on-a-river-bank-in-tongaat/?platform=hootsuite

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