Rescuers monitor site a day after WC fire
Fire and rescue crews remain in the area where a fire razed down several shacks in Ocean View.
CAPE TOWN - Fire crews are still monitoring Scarborough and surrounding areas for any flare-ups in a bush fire.
Fuelled by strong winds yesterday, the blaze spread to Ocean View where several shacks at an informal settlement were gutted.
The cause of the fire is still unclear.
Fire and Rescue Services' Liezl Moodie, "The City's Fire and Rescue is currently maintaining a presence in the Redhills, Scarborough and the Ocean View / Kommetjie areas. We are being assisted by 36 of the Working in Fire staff, as well as Table Mountain National Parks. Our crews and rescuers will be monitoring the entire area, dealing with flare-ups should they occur."
Yesterday, the fires destroyed several homes at the Rasta informal settlement in Ocean View.
Hot and windy weather hampered efforts to contain three veld fires in the Southern Peninsula.
WATCH: Homes burn In Ocean View mountain blaze
Click here to take a look at EWN's special feature on the 2015 fire.