Part of a shopping mall near the South African city of Durban has collapsed killing at least one person, according to local media. Early reports suggest that dozens are trapped after part of the construction site collapsed. Milton Nkosi reports …
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Hundreds of rescuers worked into the night searching for survivors in the rubble of a half-built mall that collapsed near the South African city of Durban, killing one person and injuring dozens. Police spokeswoman Mandy Govender said one …
South African investigators are trying to sort out what caused the collapse of a mall under construction Tuesday ... a deputy mayor in eThekwini, told South Africa’s eNCA rolling news channel, according to the Telegraph. An executive …
A half-built shopping mall collapses in the South African city of Durban, killing at least one and trapping 50 more under rubble. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
November 19, 2013, 7:36 AM | A half-built shopping mall collapsed in the South African city of Tongaat, killing at least one and injuring dozens, according to authorities.
TONGAAT (South Africa) — At least one person was killed and dozens were feared trapped under rubble yesterday (Nov 19) after a soccer pitch-sized section of a shopping mall under construction ... 30km north of Durban, to collapse
JOHANNESBURG – A roof at a South African shopping mall that was under construction collapsed on Tuesday, killing one person and injuring 26, police said. Rescue teams used sniffer dogs and spotlights as the search for any more …
One person has died and up to 50 people are feared trapped after a partially-constructed shopping centre collapsed in Durban, South Africa. The accident happened ... It is not yet clear what caused the collapse though Deputy Mayor …
One person has died and about 50 are feared trapped after a roof collapsed at the construction site of a South African shopping mall, paramedics say. Private ambulance company Netcare 911 said rescue teams were at the site in …
"It was a mall building still under construction," said Govender. "Most of those still trapped inside the building were construction workers." An eThekwini fire official said emergency teams were working to prevent further collapses at the …