Limpopo crash to be investigated

2014-06-22 06:00
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Johannesburg - A team of investigators has been to dispatched to probe the cause of an accident that killed ten people in Limpopo on Saturday, the transport department said in a statement.

"We shall not waiver in our efforts to fight this carnage on our roads. We shall continue this fight without any compromise," transport minister Dipuo Peters said. Ten people were killed and 19 others injured when a bakkie and a taxi collided near Makhado, the Limpopo department of safety, security and liaison said.

Peters encouraged families of the deceased to consult with the Road Accident Fund for assistance and support.

"Every single one of us as South Africans has a role to play in the reduction of this unnecessary tragic loss of lives... let us all be vigilant at all times on our roads and obey all the rules," she said.

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