BREAKING: Two Schoolboy Rugby stars In South Africa ‘die by drowning’ In The City Of Durban

 

The bodies of two teen rugby players washed up on shore earlier this morning, according to police in Durban, KZN. The couple, who were in the area for a schools tournament, were 17 and 18 years old at the time of the drowning, and the occurrence has left the local community in shock.

What we know about the victims of the Durban tragedy thus far.

Local officials have opened multiple inquiry dockets, as they are still baffled by the unfortunate discovery. The boys’ relatives have been notified, but their names have not yet been made public.

The team were in South Africa for a rugby tournament at Durban North College.

The victims are thought to be schoolboy rugby players at Höerskool Birchleigh in Gauteng.

We’ve also heard that the teenagers went swimming on Sunday, but the details are still hazy.

On Monday morning, two schoolboy rugby players were ‘found dead.’

The remains were discovered at the Laguna Beach and Country Club, which is located just outside of Durban. It’s still unclear how these lads ended up drowning, and SAPS has only provided a few confirmed details thus far.

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The remains were discovered at the Laguna Beach and Country Club, which is located just outside of Durban. It’s still unclear how these lads ended up drowning, and SAPS has only provided a few confirmed details thus far.

“SAPS, Metro Police and SAR divers recovered the bodies of two male drowning victims, aged 17 and 18, at Laguna Beach and Country Club beach respectively. The boys attended a Rugby Tournament in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) over the weekend. Inquest dockets have been opened.”

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Divers from the SAPS, SAR, and Metro Police all assisted in the rescue of the children. Hopes of finding the lads alive quickly faded, and the fatalities were confirmed by the Police Service shortly before 13:30 on Monday.

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