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Drastic Weather Conditions Vandalizes Eastern Cape Province

Heavy rain with hailstorm with a size of golf balls, destroyed almost half of Eastern Cape with it rather unbelievable shocking weather

Heavy rain with hailstorm with a size of golf balls, destroyed almost half of Eastern Cape with it rather unbelievable shocking weather conditions.

The unbelievable shocking weather conditions has been across the country, pouring down over and over, time and time again, destroying leaving everyone amazed by the manner and state the storm left. Hailstorms in the Eastern Cape has buried vehicles in floods, pushed cars off the roadside and damaged police vehicles tempting to break down windscreens and achieving the breaking on some.

The hail in the Northwest Klerksdorp filled hospitals schools and malls, not forgetting the burial of taxis at the long-distance taxi rank in a short space of time, just less than an hour. The same happened in Germiston Gauteng where the mall was flooded causing a delay to a number of stores for black Friday.

And now it is in the Eastern Cape where residents found themselves driving in floods with the hopes of trying to avoid the worst. Some vehicles were left stranded on roads that were filled with water causing extensive flooding, leading to the burial of vehicles. The shocking part was the vandalism witnessed on the law enforcement government vehicles and properties caused by hail big and hard as a gold ball.

While fatalities have not yet been reported, people are left to pick up and clean up after the nasty weather, a motorist tempted to save his car after it was trapped by a humongous tree that got uprooted and fell on top of his car. Other resident had to work extra hard trying to get rid of the water that found its way to their houses.

People all over South Africa reacted to the weather conditions fearing if whether, other provinces are next. It is rather a scary thought for everyone to imagine if they too will experience such disastrous act from rainfall and hail others say they now fear when they even see a drizzling knowing very well how the weather destroyed homes of their loved ones situated in different provinces.

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