5 killed in 2 Eastern Cape crashes

2013-01-10 08:23

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East London - Five people have died in head-on collisions on the N2 highway in the Eastern Cape, SABC radio news reported on Thursday morning.

Arrive Alive spokesperson Tsepo Machaea said four people died between Mthatha and Dutywa when a truck and a bakkie collided.

In the other accident, one person was killed in a collision between Mount Frere and Mount Ayliff.

Four people were injured, three of whom were in a critical condition in the Mount Ayliff Hospital.

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