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One loss of life recorded in N2 truck accident close to Tongaat

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One loss of life recorded in N2 truck accident close to Tongaat

One individual has been confirmed lifeless after a critical truck accident in N2, north of Durban, on Thursday.

The opposite individual badly affected by the truck accident is at present within the hospital receiving therapy as his case is alleged to be vital.

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The N2 Southbound highway in the direction of Tongaat has been closed as a result of critical truck accident. Rescue workforce instantly arrived on the scene of the accident.

IPSS Medical Rescue’s Paul Herbst mentioned the collision came about simply earlier than the Tongaat off-ramp on the southbound lane.

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“The N2 southbound is closed. Sadly, one of many sufferers has succumbed to his accidents.”

Two others have been injured within the crash, one in all whom is in a vital situation and is being airlifted to hospital. The opposite affected person sustained minor accidents.

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The victims are but to be recognized.

The photographs beneath have been taken from the scene of the accident.

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