Johannesburg emergency management services (EMS) on Wednesday recovered another body from the Jukskei River, believed to be one of the church members who drowned during a baptism at the weekend from the Innesfree Park in Sandton.
This brings the total number of those confirmed dead to 15.
The search for a three-month-old infant will continue.
Teams have been scouring Joburg’s rivers in search of a group of congregants who were swept away by flash floods during a church ceremony.
The search-and-recovery operation that entered its fifth day was called off at least twice following severe thunderstorms.
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