Car rolls on P200, driver injured

2016-07-28 06:00
PHOTO: supplied Paramedics find the car on its roof on the side of the road.

PHOTO: supplied Paramedics find the car on its roof on the side of the road.

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THE driver of a light motor vehicle was injured last Thursday when the car rolled on the P200, Izotsha.

KwaZulu Private Ambulance spokesperson Belinda Catchpole said paramedics from Kwazulu Private Ambulance were called to the scene on the P200 in Izotsha at 7.30am where they found the car on its roof on the side of the road.

It is alleged that the driver lost control of the vehicle while trying to avoid a collision with another vehicle.

“The patient was stabilised and transported to a nearby hospital,” said Catchpole.

- Supplied.

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