DURBAN – At least five people have died as heavy rains battered KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday.
Durban residents have been urged to stay indoors as winds of up to 70 kilometres an hour lashed the city.
Entering Durban’s CBD. #storm pic.twitter.com/bzS2Hv25ao
— Dasen Thathiah (@DasenThathiah) October 10, 2017
Severe flooding had occurred in Amanzimtoti and on the N2 between Amanzimtoti and M7 Bluff, with some vehicles under water, ER24 said.
Shoutout to the driver of our UKZN health science bus who got us out through the windows #savedourlives #WhatADay #DurbanStorm @eNCA pic.twitter.com/jF9LD7APNv
— Raeesa Simjee (@raeesa_simjee) October 10, 2017
Local authorities warned residents to avoid driving or going out in the storm.
@eNCA gives us an update on the weather radar -Showing us how the storm will be continuing over the next 24 hours #durbanstorm pic.twitter.com/b6DFQMgJUD
— DbnCitizenNews (@proudlydbn) October 10, 2017
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