Mother and son left with broken bones after collision

2016-06-07 06:00

A COLLISION between a bakkie and a taxi occurred on Sunday afternoon on the corner of Crompton and Old Main Road in Hillcrest.
The taxi allegedly collided with the bakkie and then the bakkie drove up a sidewalk and hit two pedestrians - a mother and her son.

The mother is approximately 32 years old and her son, 13.
When ER24 paramedics arrived on scene they found that both the mother and her son sustained fractures to both their legs.
Paramedics said they were treated on scene and thereafter transported to RK Khan Hospital for further treatment.
The driver of the bakkie as well as the driver of the taxi sustained no injuries and there were no passengers in either of the vehicles.

The accident is being investigated. - Supplied

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