Southbroom accident leaves two injured

2016-11-17 06:00
PHOTOS: Kwazulu Private Ambulance Emergency and rescue personnel at the scene of the accident.

PHOTOS: Kwazulu Private Ambulance Emergency and rescue personnel at the scene of the accident.

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TWO people were injured in a crash at the Southbroom traffic lights on Sunday afternoon.

Paramedics from Kwazulu Private Ambulance and other emergency services arrived at the scene and found three smashed light motor vehicles.

The passenger of one of the vehicles sustained serious injuries and had to be extricated from the car.

“She was stabilised and transported to a nearby hospital,” said Belinda Catchpole of Kwazulu Private Ambulance.

The cause of the accident is being investigate. - Supplied.

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