Cape Town - The Western Cape Department of Transport and Public Works said that the Franschhoek Pass will remain closed until further notice.
Back in June, a car ended up being crushed by rockfalls caused by torrential rain and gale force winds.
"For safety reasons, Franschhoek Pass had to be closed after a rockfall on 22 June 2019. A geotechnical investigation is underway to determine the extent and nature of the damage. Only once the report on this assessment has been received will it be possible to determine the next steps. The pass remains closed until further notice," said Department of Transport and Public Works spokesperson, Jandre Bakker.
⛔⚠☝🏼Cape Town - R45 Franschhoek Pass: ROAD CLOSED: RT @NMakoba
— SA emergency reports (@MARIUSBROODRYK) June 22, 2019