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

Four killed in car crash on Mpumalanga’s R573 highway, delivery van charred (iol.co.za)

Four killed in an automobile crash on Mpumalanga’s R573 toll road, shipping van charred

Johannesburg - Four people, along with drivers of a light shipping vehicle and a sedan, had been killed in a coincidence on Monday.


Mpumalanga avenue government said the automobiles collided head-on on the R573 among Kwaggafontein and Moteti, leaving four men lifeless.


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Mpumalanga Department of Community Safety spokesperson Moeti Mmusi stated the crash came about simply after 6.30 pm.


“A head-on collision between a light transport vehicle and a sedan on R573 avenue between Kwaggafontein and Moteti has left four guys lifeless.


“The crash took place simply earlier than 18h30 nowadays and the deceased had been certified dead on the scene.


“The mild shipping car stuck hearth upon effect but the motive force, who changed into the handiest occupant, was ejected out of the car earlier than it stuck fireplace.


“The 4 consist of each drivers and two passengers who have been occupants within the sedan,” he said..


Police officers were busy at the crime scene on the time of guide.


Traffic authorities stated diverse emergency service personnel have been currently operating on the scene.


They said they police could investigate the purpose of the crash.


Mpumalanga MEC for Community Safety, Security and Liaison, Vusi Shongwe urged motorists to be careful on the street particularly after sunset when visibility is decreased.


"Motorists are called upon to exercising due diligence and also obey the guidelines. They want to additionally modify their riding to numerous triumphing situations on the street," says the MEC.


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