Heavy rain causes Jo'burg flooding

2015-12-17 22:37
Flooding in Benoni area, east of Johannesburg because of heavy rains (ER24)

Flooding in Benoni area, east of Johannesburg because of heavy rains (ER24)

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Johannesburg - Heavy rain has caused flooding in the Benoni area, on Johannesburg's East Rand on Thursday, paramedics said.

Numerous collisions were reported, most of them minor, because of the rain and flooding, ER24 said.

No injuries were reported.

The N12 highway was affected as well as the Snake Road off-ramp and O'Reilly Merry Street.

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