It was sad as mourners reportedly gathered in Mthatha , in Eastern Cape on Friday in order bid farewell to six pupils who lost their lives in a car accident .It was alleged that that the truck driver lost control of the vehicle leading to a collision with a vehicle that was carrying the pupils.
The accident saw more than a dozen pupils getting injured. The pupils who were from Ndamase Secondary School reportedly died in the accident. In the report that was provided, it was alleged that the bakkie the pupils were travelling in had stationary before the collision took place .
It must be a hard for the loved ones and friends to have to go through such pain of losing teenagers at such an early age . They could have been something else in future, but death decided to cut that journey .May their souls rest in peace.
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