Durban crash in rainy weather leaves one dead

2016-07-24 23:09

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Durban – A man died during a collision on the N2 North under the Inanda Road flyover in Durban on Sunday evening.

Paramedics responded to the scene to find a vehicle on its roof in the middle of the highway with three other people also involved in the accident. They escaped with minor injuries.

At the moment the exact cause of the accident is not known, however, reports from the scene suggests the driver of the vehicle veered across the road in the heavy rain and overturned.

According to Netcare 911 spokesperson Chris Botha the three other people were transported to hospital.

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