JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - The bodies of five children were found in an unused deep freezer in a rural South African town on Wednesday in what the police suspect was tragic end to a game they were playing.
The children, aged between three and seven, were found by their grandmother in a rural agricultural town of Kakamas in the Northern Cape province, police said.
“We do not suspect any foul play at this stage. It is believed the kids were playing when the deep freezer accidentally locked,” police spokeswoman Dimakatso Mooi said.
Reporting by Tiisetso Motsoeneng; Editing by James Macharia