News In: Heavy Rains Leave A Trail Of Death In Vhembe
By NewsCity55 | self meida writer
Published 3 days ago - 0 views
Heavy rains have been hitting in Vhembe district in Limpopo and has led to death of some drivers including pedestrians.
These situations are not only caused by heavy rains but these vehicles also get stuck because of poor infrastructure, imagine if these were proper roads… this was not going to happen. The government really has to start being constructive when it comes to such issues.
People should also learn to respect flowing water, please people it’s impossible to know the depth and strength. Your car might seem safe but it’s actually what will trap and kill you.
Limpopo Police Colonel Moatshe is reporting that the police water wing rescued a driver of a bus aged 41 and his passenger (34) from drowning when their bus was swept at Levubu River between Hasani-Dakari and Mashawana villages outside Malamulele.
A 37 year old woman, identified as Jane Ramalisa, drowned when her car was swept by the overflowing stream at Tshedza village outside Thohoyandou as she was crossing a low-lying bridge.
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