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The rain is coming down in Kwa-Zulu Natal and it’s not stopping for at least the next 24 hours. The damage has been extensive and in some places devasting with the death toll currently sitting at 23.
Heavy rains have caused major flooding across the coastal province of KZN. The rain is pouring down all over the region with damage reported from Durban North to as far as Port St Johns in P.E.
The wet weather began over the Easter weekend and should subside around Wednesday late morning according to current weather reports.
Take a look at some of the massive havoc wrecked by the heavy rains in KZN below.
Rains Which Caused Havoc In The Chatsworth Area :-
Posted by Shenaz Ally on Tuesday, 23 April 2019
OMW this is so bad
Posted by Cindy Odendaal on Tuesday, 23 April 2019
This is happening in #Durban today ? Roads, homes and lives have perished #prayforDurban @ILuvDBN We are without water and electricity since last night. Remember the fallen #DurbanFloods #DurbanRain pic.twitter.com/rU5g9tqAJP
— SwtyC (@Swty_C) April 23, 2019
The Umgeni river in full flood this morning, floating trees snapping under the M4 bridge and the Blue Lagoon Swan boat on its way to the shorebreak #durbanfloods #durbanstorm #durbanrain @News24 @ECR_Newswatch @TimesLIVE pic.twitter.com/MAqWTkGMI8
— Mike Frew (@frewbru) April 23, 2019
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— Dasen Thathiah (@DasenThathiah) April 23, 2019
— Mondli (@Mondli_VM) April 23, 2019
— Excellence _2019 (@HlongwaneTi) April 23, 2019
— PhindiP (@phindilephewa) April 23, 2019
— Kavesh Naidoo (@Kaveshlin) April 23, 2019
— Siphamandla Goge (@SiphamandlaGoge) April 23, 2019
LOOK: A sea of debris covers the Port of Durban in South Africa Tuesday after heavy rain and flooding swept through the area; extreme weather conditions impacted parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape over several days https://cbsn.ws/2Ps9Hqa
Posted by CBS Evening News with Jeff Glor on Tuesday, 23 April 2019