UGC: Cape Town emergency workers order residents to evacuate as fire rages
20 April 2021 | 10:36 am
An emergency worker walks in a Cape Town neighbourhood, using a loudspeaker to tell residents to evacuate from their houses because of a fire that broke out in the foothills of Table Mountain on Sunday. The blaze has been largely contained, but firefighters are still battling to control it.
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