Seven die in horrific KZN crash

2016-09-09 21:02


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Durban – Seven people were killed in an accident involving a bakkie and a car on a rural road in the Harry Gwala District in KwaZulu-Natal on Friday evening, paramedics said.

Four women and three men died in the accident between Highflats and St Faith’s shortly after 18:00, KwaZulu-Natal Emergency Medical Services spokesperson Robert McKenzie said.

Four people were critically injured. The jaws-of-life had to be used to free one of the injured. They were treated on the scene and taken to hospital.

McKenzie said it was still unclear how the accident happened.

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