Three members of same family killed in head-on crash

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One of the vehicles involved in a fatal head-on collision on the N2.
One of the vehicles involved in a fatal head-on collision on the N2.
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A family of three was killed in a head-on collision on the N2, between the Mandeni and Zinkwazi off ramps, on Saturday.

The accident also left a boy, believed to be seven years old, and an older man, who had been travelling in the second vehicle, in a critical condition.

Paramedics had to stabilise the injured before transferring them to hospital.

It's understood that one the patients was transferred by air ambulance to the eThekwini Heart Hospital.

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