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CAPE TOWN – At least 76 homes were destroyed by fires in St Francis, the local municipality revealed on Monday.
The fire, which started on Sunday evening, moved from house to house along the canals, fanned by strong winds.
She said the community rallied around those left homeless.
“A lot of people in the community have come forward to offer accommodation and food.”
Local politicians were due to visit the area on Monday afternoon.
Meanwhile, two firemen who were slightly injured in the blaze were released from hospital on Monday.
Randall said they were still calculating how much damage the fire caused and how many families will need temporary shelter.
(Edited by Zethu Zulu)