The emergence unit has notified residents and other road users of the South Africa weather service updates to enable all to be safety conscious.
Hence, the South African Weather Service has warned Johannesburg residents to be on high alert, as another storm is expected later on Tuesday.
“From our side, as EMS, we will remain on high alert, since we are told this storm might return later on this afternoon. We want to urge all our community members to remain vigilant and exercise caution while driving to prevent further incidents that might occur,” EMS spokesperson Robert Mulaudzi.
the severe thunderstorm in parts of the city on Monday afternoon had not resulted in major injuries, but had damaged several homes and buildings.
Two incidents of roofs being blown away in Meadowlands, Soweto.
Also other locations may might experience a similar disaster in some parts of the country in the coming days.