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Man gets burnt to death in Algoa Park, this is what happened to him

On the 2nd of November 2021, a media statement was issued out by the Road Safety Company of South Africa which showed the misfortunes which had befallen one resident of this beloved country. Those who heard the news were left in tears as they could not bear to hear of this saddening mishap. The incident is said to have happened in Algoa Park and the members of the South African Police Services have since opened an inquest docket as they seek to find the circumstances surrounding the incident.

It is being reported that a 30 year old man sadly lost his dear life while he was in haus outbuilding. In the early hours of today, wild flames gutted the building he was in and this all happened in a mysterious manner.

Calls were made to emergency service providers at about 00:30 hours as there was a report of a building that was on fire. Among the respondents were a team of fire brigade personnel, police officers and paramedics who rushed to the scene that was in Cradock Place along 5th Avenue.

When they got to the scene, an outbuilding was seen engulfed by wild flames and fire brigade personnel began their usual business. Within a few minutes, the fire was extinguished and an adult male was found inside. Paramedics assessed him and declared him deceased. He was a 30 year old and was identified as Colin Snyman.

Lots of questions have been left an answered and the cause of the fire is still not yet known. Cases of death due to fire are usually common in the winter months as most households will be using compromised heating systems to stay warm.

An investigation is being carried out by the police as they seek to find out on what could have possibly transpired. Condolence messages are being sent to the family of the deceased.

Source: https://www.roadsafety.co.za/2021-11/man-dies-in-a-house-fire/

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