Residents put the blame on Eskom after four (4) kids perished in the early hours of Monday morning in Hendrina, Mpumalanga.
Residens of Hendrina in Mpumalanga are fuming after four (4) kids believed to be a set of twins, two (2) girls aged (13) and two (2) boys aged (8) died a painful death.The kids were left in a shack which allegedly caught fire after the power was restored during load shedding.According to the Bridadier Selvy Mohlala, residents claim the fire started immediately after the power was restored.
People are not pleased with the ongoing load shedding and now four (4) lives have been lost.
It is very sad that the family lost all their set of twins in such a tragic incident.Apparently the kids were left alone and the incident happened while they were still asleep.Sadly residents tried to stop the fire but sadly it was already late to save the four (4) kids that were inside the shack.
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Source: Updates With LolaM
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