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Funds needed to assist firefighter’s family that was left homeless after their house burned down last year

Funds needed to assist firefighter’s family that was left homeless after their house burned down last year

1 July 2020 7:12 AM

A family of a firefighter who died in 2005 has been left homeless after their house burned down last year, bracing the winter colds without a home. Firefighters from various municipalities are raising funds to rebuild the house of their late colleague. In December 2019 his house burned down and his former colleagues responded to the fire incident however little could be saved.

The firefighters have raised the much-needed funds which will cover the cost of construction and furniture. 702landers are being asked to help in this noble cause. 
 
On the line Bongani joined by Robert Mulaudzi, Joburg EMS Spokesperson.


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