Alleged drowning at the Daisies

2016-10-07 13:26
Police have arrived on the scene of a possible drowning. (News24)

Police have arrived on the scene of a possible drowning. (News24)

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Cape Town - An apparent drowning incident is believed to have occurred at the annual rock festival, Rocking the Daisies.

The festival, in Darling, is presently underway until October 9.

Rescuers were called to the festival after receiving reports of a possible drowning.

PR Representative Darryn Lee could not confirm the drowning. 

“We are going through the processes to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident,” Lee said, adding that it was still being investigated. 

He said the event organisers were aware of the incident. 

"As soon as the investigation is complete, we will provide additional information," he said. 

Herman Eloff, Channel24 Editor, who is at the festival said the entire dam was closed off. 

“The dam is closed off and there is a heavy police and ambulance presence,” he said. 

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