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Four killed in car crash on Mpumalanga’s R573 highway, delivery van charred

Four killed in fender bender on Mpumalanga's R573 roadway, conveyance van burned 

Johannesburg - Four individuals, including two drivers of a light conveyance vehicle and a car, were killed in a mishap on Monday. 

Mpumalanga street specialists said the vehicles impacted head on the R573 among Kwaggafontein and Moteti, leaving four men dead. 


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Mpumalanga Department of Community Safety representative Moeti Mmusi said the accident happened soon after 6.30pm. 

"A head on crash between a light conveyance vehicle and a car on R573 street among Kwaggafontein and Moteti has left four men dead. 

"The accident happened not long before 18h30 today and the perished were affirmed dead at the scene. 

"The light conveyance vehicle burst into flames upon sway however the driver, who was the main tenant, was launched out of the vehicle before it burst into flames. 

"The four incorporate the two drivers and two travelers who were tenants in the car," he said.. 

Cops were occupied at the crime location at the hour of distribution. 

Traffic specialists said different crisis administration staff were at present dealing with the scene. 

They said they police would explore the reason for the accident. 

Mpumalanga MEC for Community Safety, Security and Liaison, Vusi Shongwe asked drivers to be careful out and about particularly after nightfall when perceivability is diminished. 

"Drivers are called upon to practice due ingenuity and furthermore comply with the guidelines. They need to likewise change their heading to different winning conditions out and about," says the MEC. 

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