47 people injured in a crash in R50 road Mpumalanga towards Standerton
By Solomon1996 | self meida writer
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Briefly.co.za: The truck was discovered lying on its rooftop with a few people lying around the destruction.
According to Briefly.coza 47 individuals were harmed when a truck moved on the R50 in Brendan Village towards Standerton, Mpumalanga, on Sunday morning.
And briefly.co.za reported that
As indicated by ER24 representative Ineke van Huyssteen, paramedics showed up at the scene at about 8am and found a truck lying on its rooftop and a few people lying around the destruction.
"Upon additional appraisal, it was discovered that the patients had supported wounds going from minor to direct. Luckily, no genuine wounds or fatalities were accounted for," she said.
Van Huyssteen said to TimesLIVE and News24 and briefly.co.za ER24 and other clinical benefits treated the harmed prior to shipping them to emergency clinic for additional clinical consideration.
She said to News24 the conditions encompassing the mishap were not known however nearby specialists were on the scene for additional examinations.
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