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Two detainees endure the lethal mishap and were raced to Bonda Mission Hospital where they are supposed to be in a steady condition. Public police representative Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi affirmed the mishaps in a proclamation the previous evening.

In Manicaland Province, seven individuals — four Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Service (ZPCS) officials, two regular citizens and a prisoner — passed on when the get truck in which they were voyaging impacted head-on with a fuel big hauler at the 67km stake along the Mutare-Nyanga Road the previous morning.

"The Zimbabwe Republic Police is incredibly disheartened by the deficiency of 13 individuals who died in two separate mishaps which happened on March 5, 2021. Remarking on the Mutare-Nyanga mishap, Asst Comm Nyathi said the driver of a fuel big hauler infringed into the path of an approaching Nissan NP300 which had nine individuals ready, bringing about a head on crash.

Mishap casualty

"Seven individuals in the Nissan NP300 engine vehicle passed on the spot while two others were harmed. The collections of the expired were taken to Bonda Mission Hospital funeral home for after death.

Names of the expired are being retained until their closest relative have been prompted. He spoke to drivers to be attentive, practice alert and try not to speed particularly during this wet period.

Mishap Victims

"It is the duty of drivers to be security cognizant on the streets." ZPCS agent public representative Principal Correctional Officer Peter Chaparamanga said the association was disheartened by the passing of officials and prisoners.

"We are disheartened to educate concerning the passing on of four officials and one detainee in a street mishap on their approach to Nyanga court. It was a head-on impact with a fuel big hauler soon after Hauna side road. Two prisoners endure and are conceded at Bonda Mission Hospital. It's an extraordinary misfortune and the region is as yet in stun at this sad misfortune," he said.

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