THREE LEFT WOUNDED AFTER THE VEHICLE THEY WERE TRAVELING IN OVERTURNED ON THE N11.
Three people were injured in an accident on the N11 near Waterside Wimpy last night after the driver lost control and turned around several times, an ambulance was immediately called after the accident occurred.
KZN Ambulance arrived at the scene and found that three occupants of the vehicle were critically injured and others sustained minor injuries. The critically injured occupants were first treated on the scene before being taken to hospital for further treatment and care, the ones who sustained minor also treated on the scene.
Accidents very common in South Africa and an accident is always bound to happen if the driver is speeding or experience is a brake failure. That is why drivers always urged not to drive at a very high speed to avoid injuring other people and themselves, some people even buy from accidents or surviving gives you another chance to live.
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