South Africa Building Collapse: Death Toll Confirmed, Rescue Efforts End ️

South Africa Building Collapse: Death Toll Confirmed, Rescue Efforts End ️
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Search for sur­vivors ends after 12 days as final death toll reach­es 33.

A mas­sive res­cue oper­a­tion in South Africa has con­clud­ed after near­ly two weeks. The search for sur­vivors at a col­lapsed build­ing site in George City is over.

New Info: No Work­ers Miss­ing

Author­i­ties ini­tial­ly believed 19 work­ers were miss­ing. Thank­ful­ly, after care­ful checks and revised fig­ures, it’s con­firmed all 62 work­ers on-site are account­ed for.

Tragedy Ends with 33 Con­firmed Dead

Sad­ly, 33 con­struc­tion work­ers died in the hor­rif­ic col­lapse of the unfin­ished apart­ment build­ing. The cause is still under investigation.

Remark­able Sto­ries of Sur­vival Emerge

There were glim­mers of hope in the dev­as­ta­tion. One work­er, trapped for 6 days with­out food or water, was mirac­u­lous­ly res­cued with only minor injuries!

Inves­ti­ga­tions Launched to Find Cause ️‍♀️‍♂️

Mul­ti­ple inves­ti­ga­tions are under­way, includ­ing probes into safe­ty stan­dards and poten­tial neg­li­gence by the con­struc­tion com­pa­ny. The goal: ensure such tragedies nev­er hap­pen again.

Vic­tims from Mul­ti­ple Countries

Many of the deceased work­ers were from neigh­bor­ing coun­tries like Mozam­bique, Zim­bab­we, and Malawi.

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