Police said a 37-year-old woman drowned after her car was washed away as she tried to cross a flooded bridge between Tutaba and Vwa on the outskirts of Louis Trihart in Limpopo.
Jane Dombo took her child to a local bus stop, used transportation to school, and then went home. Heavy rains have damaged road infrastructure, businesses and homes And Siloam Hospital.
Agricultural plans along the Nzhelele river are submerged due to the overflowing river. Residents affected by Harabari, Sendezza, and other villages spent a day cleaning up after the destruction.
According to Elekenyani Mafunzwaini, a bag of corn meals was destroyed at a local store in the Sendezza section of Nzerele, but it is still being cleaned up.
“It rained heavily and there was water along the way. It destroyed the sack and the sack of milly meal and chicken feed. We are busy with the mop-up work,” says Mafunzwaini.
Temporary bridge collapses in Limpopo village, residents get stuck
Cedza village resident Doris Rajirani and other communities participated in a search for Jane Dombo’s body after her car was washed away.
“After the car was washed away, we came and witnessed the wreck. After we lifted the car, no driver was found anywhere. Community members went down the river and searched for her. And her body was found far below the river in the village of Tshitavha. The rain caused great damage and seems to be still going on. It was still raining, the damaged bridge was completed and the area was in trouble. I’m worried that there will be more, “says the resident.
Attempts to get comments from the Dombo family were unsuccessful.
Meanwhile, Makhado Local Municipal 30th District Assembly member Humurani Majiga said plans are underway to complete the construction of the tar road connecting the villages of Tshedza and Vuvha.
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Limpopo woman drowns after a car is washed away in a flooded river-SABC News
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