The body of the seven-year-old boy who was swept off the Soweto bridge in Darnell, KwaZulu-Natal, while walking from school was found on Wednesday afternoon, according to IPSS Medical Rescue.This as some parts of the province grapple with the effects of a tornado that ripped through New Hanover on Tuesday, leaving two dead, several injured and houses damaged.The province is also bracing itself for more inclement weather which, as the eThekwini Municipality put it, could lead to severe flooding.The IPSS, in a short statement said it, together with police divers and K9 search and rescue teams, returned to the bridge on Wednesday to continue the search after it was called off on Tuesday due to poor weather conditions and lightning."With the assistance of police divers from Durban search and rescue and Umhlali K9 search teams, a search of the Nonoti River was conducted and the boy's body was recovered approximately 1km from the point where he went missing," the statement read.13 November 2019The Body of the 7 year old boy recovered IPSS Medical Rescue, together with Police divers and K9 Search & Rescue, returned to the Soweto bridge in the Darnall area, to search for the missing boy.… https://t.co/Vk6XZKqDSc— IPSS Medical Rescue (@IPSSRescue) November 13, 2019PICS | 9 images of the devastating KZN tornado aftermath - uprooted trees, dead chickens and a lonesome flowerThe extent of the severe storms and tornado that hit parts of the province is yet to be determined.Severe thunderstorms are expected to continue on Wednesday afternoon in parts of KZN, while heavy rainfall, leading to localised flooding, is anticipated for Thursday and Friday. IPSS had tweeted this image of its rescue efforts on Tuesday before the child's body was found: View this post on Instagram 12 November 2019 7 year old boy swept off low lying bridge Earlier today IPSS Medical Rescue, together with KDM lifeguards and Police K9 Search & Rescue, responded to a low-lying bridge in the Soweto area near Darnal, KwaDukuza for a seven-year-old boy who was swept away. An extensive search was conducted in the fast flowing river using swift water rescue equipment and techniques. Unfortunately due to severe weather conditions and lightning, the search was suspended until tomorrow. As the bad weather is set to continue over the next couple of days, please save our number in case of any emergencies 0823911911 @garethbuckenham @sandile_biyela @daniellobjoit @kimberlyrebeca93 @herbst_paul @dailynews_sa @iolnews @enews @northcoastcourier @arrivealive.co.za @timesliveza @clintonodayarA post shared by IPSS Medical Rescue (@ipssmedicalrescue) on Nov 12, 2019 at 9:40am PST Meanwhile, Eskom said on Wednesday it was fixing the infrastructure that had been damaged.Technicians found that 15 networks in the Mpolweni, Dalton, Wartburg, Albert Falls and Swayimani areas had been affected, leaving around 15 000 people without power."Supply to about 5 000 customers was restored overnight and work is currently going on to restore power to the rest of the affected customers," said Eskom's Kwazulu-Natal spokesperson, Joyce Zingoni.She added restoration would take longer than usual, as some structures and lines were down.