Woman and boy injured in crash

2016-07-13 06:00
THE scene of the accident that had left two people injured.  Photo: Supplied

THE scene of the accident that had left two people injured. Photo: Supplied

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TWO people were left injured in a collision on the Griekwastad Road on Sunday afternoon (10/07). According to Chris Botha of Netcare 911, their paramedics received a call at 16:45 regarding the collision which took place about 20 km from Kimberley.

“Exact details on the cause of the crash and preceding events will remain a subject for police investigation,” he wrote in the statement. According to the statement, paramedics arrived at the scene and found the wreckage of the vehicle on the side of the road.

A boy (13) and a female was found to have sustained moderate injuries.

Two males from the vehicle had escaped uninjured.”

The injured were treated at the scene before they were transported to a hospital in Kimberley for further treatment.

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