A firefighter took to social media to write a touching post about the honour of saving lives. Cameron C Major Khuzwayo and his team worked for hours to save two homeless men who were trapped in a channel.
On Tuesday, a firefighter, Cameron C Major Khuzwayo, took to social media to share how he and his team spent hours to save two homeless men from a tempestuous river in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
"It’s always a pleasure saving a life at any cost. Being in the company of such a wealth of knowledge and experience is an honour and privilege. Two homeless guys trapped in a channel with no where to go, we spent many hours planning and improvising and used various equipment and machinery to achieve the ultimate honour of saving a life," he captioned several images of the rescue operation.
South Africans praised him and his team for tirelessly working to save the two homeless people.
Xavier Millar commented: "Great work! Well done to you and the team"
Laureen Van Rooyen added: "Well done to all personnel for your work today. You are all heroes."
Esther Simone Novukela said: "Wow!!! This is what should make the news!!! Well done Cameron C Major Khuzwayo!"
The KwaZulu-Natal province has been plagued with severe rain storms which led to flooding and mudslides.
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the devastating floods in KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape and we gathered several photos and videos posted on social media.
According to a new report by News24, the KwaZulu-Natal floods have claimed 85 people's lives thus far.
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