Toddlers, man and woman killed in KZN crash

2015-11-29 23:09
Emergency workers on the scene of the accident. (Photo supplied by ER24)

Emergency workers on the scene of the accident. (Photo supplied by ER24)

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Johannesburg - Two toddlers were among four people who were killed in an accident on the N3 at the Shongweni on ramp in KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday, said paramedics. 

ER24 paramedics arrived at the scene and found that a Toyota Fortuner had rolled several times, spewing out the occupants.

"On assessment of the patients it was found that a woman had succumbed to her injuries. A man and two toddlers were treated however despite all efforts to save them, they succumbed to their injuries on scene as well," Bodasing said. 

An 11-year-old child and two other women were treated on scene before being transported to hospital. 

It was not immediately clear what had led to the crash. 

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