Hippo killed in Limpopo taxi crash

2017-04-28 14:05
Hippo killed after taxi crash. (Supplied)

Hippo killed after taxi crash. (Supplied)

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Lephalale - A Quantum taxi crashed into a hippopotamus, killing it, along the R510 Lephalale and Stockport Road, in Limpopo on Friday morning.

Police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Moatshe Ngoepe said there were three people in the taxi, but they were not injured.

The taxi had minor damage.

Ngoepe said the hippo's carcass was removed by its owner. 

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