Three killed in KZN crash

2015-12-16 15:55

Durban - Three people were killed on Wednesday when a SUV left a district road on the KZN South Coast and collided with a tree on Wednesday.

KZN EMS spokesperson Robert McKenzie said that paramedics had responded to the region of Louisiana, approximately 5km outside of Port Shepstone.

“Paramedics arrived at the scene and found that the SUV with three occupants had left the road and slammed into a tree at the roadside. Two women and a man had sadly died,” he said.

“They were declared dead at the scene. Local law enforcement officials will be investigating the cause of the accident which at this juncture remains unknown,” McKenzie said.

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