Man killed by train in Krugersdorp

2015-01-28 14:53

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Johannesburg - A man was killed when he was hit by a train in Witpoortjie, Krugersdorp, on Wednesday morning, paramedics said.

"Netcare 911 paramedics and members of the Krugersdorp fire department were at the scene but tragically the man died prior to their arrival," spokesperson Santi Steinmann said.

Sergeant Tshepisho Mashale of the Krugersdorp police said the man was struck at the Witpoortjie train station on Ontdekkers Road at 05:40.

The man's identity was not immediately known, but he was believed to be aged around 35.

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