Breaking News: Nine killed as bakkie conveying 27 individuals topples in Mpumalanga
Nine individuals passed on when an over-burden toppled on Moloto Road, Mpumalanga. Photograph Supplied.
Nine individuals passed on and 18 others were harmed when the bakkie they were going in toppled among Kwaggafontein and Moeti along the clumsy Moloto Road in Mpumalanga on Saturday.
Common vehicle office representative Moeti Mmusi said the bakkie had been over-burden with 27 travelers.
"The expired are for the most part guys and they were travelers. The genuinely harmed individuals incorporate the driver," he said.
"It is accepted that the driver of the vehicle might have let completely go and the vehicle veered off the street prior to crashing as an afterthought. The examination concerning the accident is now in progress. Over-burdening is one of things that the test will investigate."
Seven men passed on the scene and two others surrendered to their wounds in emergency clinic.
Source : https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/nine-killed-as-bakkie-carrying-27-people-overturns-in-mpumalanga-20211218
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