Crash between 2 buses leaves one dead, 100 injured

2015-04-24 09:58

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A collision between two buses in Johannesburg this morning left one person dead and about 100 others injured.

“One of the drivers died and the other driver is still stuck in his bus,” Johannesburg Metro Police Department spokesperson Chief Superintendent Wayne Minnaar said.

“About 100 people were injured. The accident happened at Jan Smuts Avenue and Lower Park [at the Johannesburg Zoo].”

Minnaar could not immediately confirm reports that the buses had collided head-on.

“The cause of the accident is being investigated.”

Video of the scene:

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