Carrying bread in a plastic packet and a chalice from his home...
At least 13 people have been killed after part of a church collapsed in South Africa, according to local media.
Broadcaster News24 cited KwaZulu-Natal emergency medical services spokesman Robert McKenzie as saying heavy rain may have been to blame for the collapse on Thursday night in Dlangubo.
The report said the collapse at the Pentecostal churchoccurred as an Easter season service was under way.
Mr McKenzie said six people were seriously injured.
#SABCNews #sabckzn Disaster management team has been dispatched to the Dlangubo area of eMpangeni on the north coast of KwaZulu-Natal where 13 congregants of the Pentecostal church were killed last night.— Nonkululeko Hlophe (@Leko3) April 19, 2019
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Officials are on their way to the scene.
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