This weekend Kwa-Zulu Natal experienced round two of Flooding. The area that was hit the most was tmthe umdloti area. Pictures and videos of the damage trended on social media as people were in disbelief.
Three days after the flooding residents and news reporters have tried to go back into the partially collapsed building. One resident managed to get into his apartment on the ground floor to see what damage has been done and to show news reports the extent of damage. The resident said that they just grabbed what they could and left the building because they could hear rumbling sounds and shaking.
The place looks so damaged. There is mud which filled their apartment. They literally have no back yard there's a big hole in their back yard. This is so sad.
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