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5 killed in 2 Eastern Cape crashes

2013-01-10 08:23

East London - Five people have died in head-on collisions on the N2 highway in the Eastern Cape, SABC radio news reported on Thursday morning.

Arrive Alive spokesperson Tsepo Machaea said four people died between Mthatha and Dutywa when a truck and a bakkie collided.

In the other accident, one person was killed in a collision between Mount Frere and Mount Ayliff.

Four people were injured, three of whom were in a critical condition in the Mount Ayliff Hospital.

Comments
  • aroka.murombe - 2013-01-10 08:40

    Guys let's pray we are vanishing 1 by 1

  • marilyn.docherty.9 - 2013-01-10 08:43

    More killed in head-on collisions - Blatant disregard for the rules of the road!!!!!

  • John - 2013-01-10 11:01

    How many were private travellers?

  • John - 2013-01-10 13:50

    How many private travellers in automobiles were killed in the year? Buses? Minibuses? cyclists? Pedestrians? Total 12500? That is an average of 1050 per month! So this hullaballoo is another excuse to harass the private traveller and extract MONEY!!!

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