Dismayed, we learned on June 26 that at least 20 young people had perished in a Scenery Park club close to Enyobeni Tarven.
The club owner sprayed gas to get the adolescents out after they had gone there to take notes. It is generally agreed that this contributed to the deaths of the adolescents present.
Families waited together in the mornings to pick up their kids. The only thing more painful than not knowing where your child is is knowing that they have died.
Ramaphosa and other politicians have publicly addressed the tragedy and offered their condolences to the victims' families. In any case, Bantu Holomisa of the UDM wants to know what kind of gas was used in the children's deaths. This is what he wrote about himself on Facebook: "The death toll from the bar attack in Eastern Cape now stands at 21. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with the loved ones of the victims. The country needs to know what kind of gas this businessman used to poison the children and where he obtained it from ".
Normal cooking and water-heating gas, the kind used in most homes, was mentioned as a possible source for this phenomenon. This is a heartbreaking turn of events for the concerned parents out there.
While it's possible that we'll never learn what happened to this family on the evening of June 25, 2022, we can pray and hope that no other family has to go through what they did.
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