4 die in KZN car crash

2017-11-28 18:59


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Durban – Four people died in a collision involving three vehicles in Port Shepstone on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast on Tuesday, paramedics said.

Robert Mckenzie, provincial emergency medical services spokesperson, told News24 that the crash occurred on the R102, near the R620 intersection, on Tuesday afternoon.

"Three cars were involved in the collision that claimed the lives of four men," he said.  

Two other people sustained critical injuries. "They were taken to a nearby hospital for further care," Mckenzie said.

Police spokesperson Colonel Thembeka Mbhele said the cause of the accident was unknown at this stage.

"Port Shepstone police have opened a case of culpable homicide and circumstances around the incident are being investigated," she said. 

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