Three cars drive over man

2015-10-10 22:22
Paramedics at the scene of the crash on the N2. (Photo from Netcare911)

Paramedics at the scene of the crash on the N2. (Photo from Netcare911)

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Johannesburg - A man died after being hit by a car and driven over by three others on the R61 between Margate and Ramsgate in KwaZulu on Saturday evening, paramedics said.

Netcare 911 spokesperson Chris Botha said the man was hit around 19:00, with the man landing in the road in the road and three other cars driving over him.

"Netcare 911 paramedics arrived at the scene and found the pedestrian to have died before their arrival due to the extensive injuries that he sustained," Botha said.

"The driver of the initial vehicle that struck the man sustained moderate injuries. After paramedics treated her, they transported the patient to a local hospital for the care that she required."

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