07 June 2015
Four people were transported
to hospital after sustaining injuries in a collision on Klipheuwel Road in the Western Cape yesterday.
ER 24 paramedics, Fire and
Rescue Services and Metro Rescue arrived on scene and found that 14 people were
involved in the collision between a bakkie and car.
ER’s spokeswoman Chitra
Bodasing said when paramedics arrived on the scene they assessed the patients.
Bodasing said four had
sustained minor injuries. They were transported to Mediclinic Cape Gate for
further medical care.
Meanwhile another incident in
the Western Cape occurred yesterday when a pedestrian believed to be in his
early 20’s, was killed after being knocked on the N2 heading towards the Cape
Town Vanguard turnoff.
Chitra Bodasing for ER24 said
ER24 and paramedics, Metro as well as other services arrived on scene and found
the man on the outbound lane.
Bodasing added that it is
understood the man was flung between 15 to 20 metres away from where the car
had hit him.
“The man was assessed and it
was found that he had sustained multiple severe injuries. Unfortunately there
was nothing paramedics could do for him. He was declared dead.” Bodasing
The exact cause of the
incidents is unknown and will remain the subjects of police investigation's.
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