Car crumpled in deadly Durban crash

2015-09-25 08:32
The damaged remains of the car in Glenashley. (Photo supplied by Netcare911)

The damaged remains of the car in Glenashley. (Photo supplied by Netcare911)

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Durban - One person was killed in an accident in Glenashley, Durban on Thursday night, paramedics said.

"Netcare 911 paramedics arrived at the scene and found that the severely crumpled remains of the vehicle had come to rest on the verge with a critically injured man still seated in the vehicle," said spokesperson Chris Botha in a statement on Friday.

"Tragically, after medics examined the patient it was found that he had died due to the extensive injuries that he sustained."

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