David Macgregor and Adrienne Carlisle
DOCTORS have warned of a possible disease outbreak in waterlogged parts of the Eastern Cape after severe flooding caused widespread damage to sewerage infrastructure.
Port Alfred National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) volunteer Darryl Olivier said yesterday he feared for his life when he started vomiting blood after he spent several days helping to rescue people and save possessions from sewage-contaminated water at the Medolino Caravan Park.
Olivier said he had not hesitated to enter the water, even though he knew it was contaminated.
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