Two killed in N2 Eastern Cape taxi crash

2016-03-25 21:29
The taxi which burst into flames. (Supplied, SAPS)

The taxi which burst into flames. (Supplied, SAPS)

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Port Elizabeth – Two men were killed when a car and a minibus taxi collided on the N2 near Butterworth on Friday, Eastern Cape police said.

A Toyota Quantum travelling from East London crashed into a car coming from Butterworth around noon, Captain Jackson Manatha said.

The Quantum burst into flames and a passenger burnt to death. The second victim was a passenger in the car. 

Police were investigating the cause of the accident.

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