17.4.2019 10:14 am
One person died at the scene, and two others later succumbed to their injuries, while 24 people were injured in the crash.
The death toll has risen to three after a hospital bus transporting patients crashed along the R600 between Ladysmith and Winterton on Monday, reports Ladysmith Gazette.
The details surrounding this incident are not yet known but local authorities were on the scene for further investigations.
Passengers were treated on the scene and thereafter transported to hospitals in the area.
the Durban fire department had to use the jaws of life to cut the taxi driver free.
Two people succumbed to their injuries after the three-vehicle collision.
South African Police Services were on the scene for further investigation.
Fortunately, no serious injuries or fatalities were reported.
A provincial traffic inspector was killed when a vehicle bumped his vehicle from behind, causing him to collide with an oncoming vehicle.
The patient was assessed by medics and found to have no signs of life.
The patients were treated for their injuries, and the critically injured boy provided with advanced life support before he was airlifted by the ER24 Oneplan helicopter.
Masinga said he had presented the South African Police Service (SAPS) with evidence of how the ANC was conspiring to instigate violence.
The accident occurred in Delft in Cape Town on Saturday afternoon.
A man died and another was injured when the bakkie they were travelling in veered out of control and rolled on the N17 in Ekurhuleni, paramedics said on Sunday.
ER24 paramedics were flagged down by a passing motorist who had spotted the vehicle, ER24 spokesman Russel Meiring said.