Crash in Isipingo

2017-06-07 06:00
One of the cars that was involved in the accident.Photo: supplied

One of the cars that was involved in the accident.Photo: supplied

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A DRIVER was injured after he lost control of his vehicle while travelling on the N2 south near Isipingo on Saturday. According to Netcare 911’s Chris Botha: “Reports from a driver of a bakkie indicate he was tailing a vehicle when the car slammed on brakes, the driver of the bakkie tried to avoid the car and spun out.

“Another vehicle driving south hit the bakkie head-on, the wreckages of both vehicles came to rest in the bush at the side of the road.” Botha said the driver of the bakkie sustained serious injuries while the other occupants escaped uninjured.

“The patient was stabilised at the scene and then transported to a nearby hospital,” he said. - Supplied.

 

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