Man dies in Limpopo crash

2016-03-19 08:28


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Johannesburg - A man was killed and two others injured when two vehicles collided on the N1, 40km from Polokwane, Limpopo, on Friday evening.

In a statement ER24 Spokesperson Russel Meiring said the body of a man was found lying trapped inside one of the light motor vehicles.

He said a doctor had come across the incident began to assess and treat the patients.

"Unfortunately the man had already succumbed to his multiple fatal injuries. Nothing more could be done for the patient and he was declared dead on scene," he said.

Two others, a man and woman, were found to have sustained minor injuries. 

"The two people were loaded into a private vehicle and were later met on route by ER24 paramedics. Paramedics treated the two patients and they were transported them to MediClinic Limpopo for further treatment," he said.

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