Pedestrian killed in Durban accident

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Johannesburg - A pedestrian was killed and a motorist injured in an accident on the M13 near the Westville Mall, in Durban, on Monday, paramedics said.

The man was trying to run across the road when he was struck by a car in the fast lane, Netcare 911 spokesperson Chris Botha said.

The motorist was injured when a car crashed into a stationary car at the scene of the initial accident.

The pedestrian died on the scene.

The motorist was taken to hospital.


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