Krugersdorp church destroyed in massive fire

2016-06-03 09:04
(Netcare 911)

(Netcare 911)

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Krugersdorp - A ZCC Church in Munsieville, Krugersdorp was destroyed when a fire ravaged the building on Thursday night.

Netcare 911 spokesperson Athlenda Mathe said firefighters battled the blaze until midnight.

Teams from the Krugersdorp Fire Department as well as Watchtower Fire officials took two hours to extinguish the fire.

“A check was done under the rubble and no [casualties] were located,” she said.

Further information on the fire was not immediately available.

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