Latest News! 14th March, 2014

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Flood survivor Nick Stolp swimming for his life Flood survivor Nick Stolp swimming for his life - Photo: Photo: Sarah Makoe

Just yesterday, we spoke about the vast volumes of rain in Gauteng. Whenever we do river crossings, we always issue a cautionary, which might sound like overkill, but we have experienced the savage power of water and seen the consequences thereof, which is frequently fatal. This video clip below has just been released, which shows a truck crossing a submerged bridge this week, with shocking consequences. If the driver of this truck had complied with the basic rule of "If you cant walk it, dont drive it", this would never have happened. What intrigued me about this video clip is - where was the videographer standing?

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Stay alive. Think.

Trygve Roberts

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