Sunday, March 11, 2007

Four killed in separate accidents

By Tando Mfengwana
11 March 2007

Two separate car accidents saw four people die and a dozens injured near Queenstown in the Eastern Cape on Saturday.

Three people were killed in the first accident which involved a taxi, down the R61 between Queensland and Tarkastad.

Arrive Alive spokesperson Tshepo Machaea is quoted as saying that the three were killed instantly and another three was injured when the taxi overturned after the driver lost control.

Independent Online reports that the injured were taken to the Frontier Hospital in Queenstown.
The second accident involved a woman who died after a bakkie and a car collided on the R67 near Queenstown.

Two people were slightly injured in the accident.

The cause of the accidents is not known.

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