Woman killed after car overturns

2017-10-26 21:57
A woman has been confirmed dead after she lost control of her SUV. (Supplied)

A woman has been confirmed dead after she lost control of her SUV. (Supplied)

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Cape Town - A woman has been declared dead and her two children have been injured after she lost control of her vehicle between Vredendal and Vanrhynsdorp in the Western Cape on Thursday evening.

According to Western Cape Traffic Chief Kenny Africa, the woman lost control of her Mitsubishi SUV, and it overturned. Her two sons, who were passengers in the vehicle, as well as a male hitchhiker she had picked up, were injured in the accident.

The boys, aged 8 and 13, have been hospitalised. The woman's age is unknown.

Africa told News24 that the hitchhiker was also recovering in hospital from minor injuries.

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