A very tragic incident that happened at a wedding in Thogwaneng, Ga-Chuene left many traumatized.Apparently a wall collapsed and killed 4 people and left others seriously injured at a wedding ceremony.It is very sad that people attended a wedding ceremony and it ended in a tragic way.
People were there to celebrate and enjoy seeing two people join together yet it ended up in a pool of blood.
This is the wall that collapsed while people were sitting inside a tent and sadly died from sustaining serious injuries.Sadly 4 people were certified dead right at the wedding and others were badly injured.This incident has shocked many people and the residents of Thogwaneng, Ga-Chuene as they were enjoying their time but ended in tears.It is very sad seeing people losing their lives in such a tragic way.
Sadly is that everyone went to the wedding to enjoy and no one expected to lose their life there or get injured.
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Source: Updates With LolahM
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