Bus veers off N2, 28 injured

2016-06-12 11:18

Durban  A bus has crashed into two vehicles before veering off the north-bound N2 freewa near the NPC Cement factory in Durban on Sunday morning, leaving 28 people injured.

Rescue Care Paramedics’s Garrith Jamieson said in a statement their team arrived at the scene shortly after 05:00 and found the bus has crashed down a bank.

The injured were stabilised on the scene by various ambulance services before being taken to hospitals for further treatment.

“At this stage it is unclear what caused the collision however the necessary authorities were on scene and will be investigating further,” Jamieson said.

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