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Title: Siachilaba: lightning bolt killed 6 people
Post by: Peter Kuthan / AZFA on February 13 2017
Dear Peter and Penny

Greetings from Basilwizi Trust. It is indeed a sad development here in Binga and elsewhere in Zimbabwe. The rain season have brought mixed fortunes and the Siachilaba community is still shell shocked from the lightning bolt that killed 6 people. The new chief's homestead was also struck but fortunately, no one was hurt. I will relay you message of condolences to the chief in Siachilaba.

Kind Regards
Frank Mudimba
+263772365870
Skype: mudimba.frank

On Monday, January 30, 2017, 12:42:12 PM GMT+2, Penny Yon <pennyyon@gmail.com> wrote:
Dear Frank, Peter,

How tragic.  Please if you can, convey sympathies to the families of the deceased, from Ish and myself also.

Thanks,
Penny

On Sat, Jan 28, 2017 at 7:44 PM, Kuthan / argezim <argezim@silverserver.at> wrote:

    Dear Frank,

    just read the shocking news that lighting strikes killed five pupils in Macheke but also six people in Siachilaba!

    http://zimbabwenewsday.co.uk/2 017/01/28/breaking-news-lighti ng-strike-kills-students- school-assembly/

    "However, the 2016/17 rain season has witnessed an increase in deaths due to lighting strikes. Last week, six people attending a funeral were killed at Siachilaba in Binga when lightning struck a tree they were sheltering under.  Three others sustained severe burns."

    we feel sorry with the community

    regards

    Peter