Three injured in multiple vehicle collision, Hillcrest

2016-05-31 06:00
 Photo: supplied The accident scene.

Photo: supplied The accident scene.

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THREE people were injured following a multiple vehicle collision on the N3 Shongweni Highway in Hillcrest on Wednesday.

ER24 paramedics arrived on the scene and found a bakkie and light motor vehicle light motor vehicle had collided, leaving two people injured.

The patients were carefully extricated from the vehicle and treated for their injuries.

While paramedics were treating the patients, a secondary collision occurred on the opposite side of the highway.

ER24 paramedics witnessed the driver lose control of the vehicle, causing it to slam into the roadside barrier.
Fortunately, the man sustained only minor injuries.

Paramedics treated all three patients and transported them to Life Westville Hospital for further treatment.

Local authorities were on scene for further investigations.
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