Accident involving 2 bakkies in Vanderbijlpark, 7 killed, 2 injured
Seven individuals were killed and two others harmed when two bakkies crashed on the R553 in Vanderbijlpark on Saturday morning.
ER24 representative Russel Meiring said their paramedics and other crisis administrations showed up at the scene after 03:00 and tracked down the two destroyed vehicles in the street.
"After looking into it further, doctors tracked down the collections of six men and a lady, matured somewhere in the range of 14 and 30. The bodies were toward the front and toward the rear of one of the vehicles.
"Tragically, each of the seven patients had effectively surrendered to their wounds and were subsequently announced dead. A male driver in the other bakkie and his traveler were evaluated and found to have supported genuine wounds," Meiring said.
The two were dealt with and shipped to local emergency clinics for additional consideration.
Meiring said subtleties encompassing this episode were obscure, yet nearby specialists were examining.
https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/news/mishap including 2-bakkies-in-vanderbijlpark-7-killed-2-harmed 20220122
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