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Severe weather and flooding kills 8 in South Africa

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Severe weather and flooding kills 8 in South Africa





Posted on October 24, 2012





October 24, 2012 SOUTH AFRICA - South
Africa has been pounded by some hazardous weather over the past few
days. The weather first turned severe on Thursday in the southwest of
the country. 32 hikers had to be rescued after being trapped by heavy
rain on the Whale Trail near Bredasdorp. The worst of the weather struck
in the southeast of the country. According to provincial disaster
management officials, eight people, including a five-year-old boy, died
in the severe weather in the Eastern Cape. The deaths occurred whilst
people were attempting to cross streams or when their vehicles were
washed away. The flooding was so severe, that it even washed away a
section of the main N2 highway, which links Grahamstown to Port
Elizabeth. As well as torrential rain, the weather system also delivered
large hailstones. Some reports say that the hail was as big as tennis
balls in some parts of Johannesburg. The ice smashed into cars and broke
windows of many homes and businesses, and caused a number of traffic
accidents. The severe weather is due to a low pressure which is still
delivering widespread thunderstorms across many parts of the country.
The treacherous conditions are expected to continue across southern
parts of the Western and Eastern Cape during Monday, before clearing
away from the southern regions on Tuesday. –Al Jazeera



Torrential rains create havoc in Turkey:
Flooding from torrential rains killed three people in northwestern
Turkey, Anatolia agency said today, citing local authorities. The bodies
of a father and son as well as an elderly woman were recovered in the
small town of Buyukkaristiran in Kirklareli province, bordering
Bulgaria, state-run Anatolia said, citing Deputy Mayor of Mesut Colak of
Buyukkaristiran. Hundreds of sheep perished in flash floods in
Kirklareli and neighboring Tekirdag provinces, authorities said. The
governor’s office in Tekirdag said nearly 300 people, who were trapped
by flooding, were evacuated. Floodwaters inundated several businesses
and houses and blocked traffic on some highways in the region, officials
said. –Business Week


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