Three injured in Twini Hill crash

2016-10-26 06:00
The scene of the crash on Twini Hill. Photo: SUPPLIED

The scene of the crash on Twini Hill. Photo: SUPPLIED

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THREE people were injured when a driver lost control of the vehicle on the N2 north-bound by Twini Hill on Saturday.

ER24 spokesperson Chitra Bodasing Harduth said: “It is believed that the vehicle hit a tree stump, rolled down an embankment and came to rest at a tree.

Three men were ejected from the vehicle.

“Upon assessment of one of the patients was found near the vehicle, in a critical condition.

“Another man, also found near the vehicle, sustained moderate injuries. The third patient sustained minor injuries.”

The patients were treated and transported to hospital. The exact cause of the incident is unknown. Authorities were on scene for further investigations. — Supplied.

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