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If you haven’t launched head-first into a battle with gale-force winds at some point, can you even call yourself Capetonian?
At the same time, I hope that for the most part, you haven’t had to venture out into the streets because this wind is insane.
While things seem to have calmed down a bit today, yesterday was wild.
One of the perks of working from home is not having to brave the elements.
If you are out and about you have my sympathies.
As per usual, the wind has wreaked havoc in the Cape, once again taking down a truck.
Per Cape Town Etc, on Thursday, October 1, on the N1 Outbound at the Huguenot Tunnel in Paarl, a truck tipped over, landing on its side on the road, halting traffic. No one was hurt.
If you’ve ever wondered why there’s a windsock near the Huguenot tunnel – that’s why. Keep an eye on it if you find yourself driving out that way when it’s windy.
Adding to the carnage, a statue was destroyed on the Sea Point promenade.
Mayoral committee member for community services and health Zahid Badroodien, reports News24, said that the statue has been removed.
I’ll leave you with some clips of the chaos:
Stay safe out there.
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