Tragically, Natasha, her mother, and her sister all died. Her loved ones' deaths are a devastating blow to their families, and it's hard to imagine how their grief could be alleviated by evacuating from their houses, even if they'd done so at the last minute.
In any case, it appears that government programs are in place to help prevent the deaths of ordinary citizens, and this is something that has been suggested by the families who have been devastated by the deaths. We understand that the Weather Channel has actually informed residents about the impending severe flooding in their area. It is sad that people were caught in the floods in the eThekwini region because there were no active people on the ground who could get the message across to people that they needed to leave the area because it was in danger of being flooded.
Her father, who is still alive, as well as her brother and their families, Aidan and his, Tony, Vaneshree, and Roman, as well as their extended family, are praying for their recovery and for their loved ones. As a result of the floods, many people were taken to the hospital, and others find themselves affected in ways that cannot be remedied because people have died and that is something you cannot replace. This has caused concern among many people.
In light of the fact that nearly everyone in the area has been affected by the deaths of family members, it is understandable that they are in a state of complete devastation at this moment.
Tributes to Natasha's family and may their souls rest in peace, our sincere condolences to the Pillay family.
Following heavy rains in the province, a house in Bonela collapsed, killing a mother and her two daughters.
The Durban Fire Department extricated the bodies from the rubble later in the day after receiving a call around 4 a.m. The whole incident was devastating on so many levels.
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