Divers find body of pregnant woman missing after flash floods

2016-11-12 13:51


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Cape Town – The body of a pregnant woman who disappeared during flash floods in Edenvale this week has been found, Gauteng police confirmed on Saturday.

The woman, in her thirties, had been in a car which was swept away, said Captain Kay Makhubele.

It was believed she had been six-months pregnant.

Her empty car was found in the area on Friday. Police divers retrieved her body from the water at Dickie Fritz bridge in Edenvale on Saturday morning.

Her family was notified, but her identity had not yet being released.

Makhubele said they were still searching for a three-year-old girl who went missing during floods in a separate incident earlier this week.

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