Accidents: 53 hurt on wet KZN roads

2011-01-26 00:00

AT least 53 people were injured in several accidents on the province’s wet roads yesterday.

In Pietermaritzburg a woman was seriously injured when she was knocked down by a taxi in Church Street, said ER24 spokesperson Derrick Banks.

Two vehicles were involved in a collision on Edendale Road near Taylor’s Halt. Banks said four people were injured, two seriously.

Three people were injured, two seriously, when two vehicles collided in Hillcrest.

Three other accidents involved a number of taxis and left 44 people injured.

In one of the accidents four taxis collided in Durban’s Umgeni Road, leaving 21 people injured, four of them seriously. — Witness Reporter.

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