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    LOOK: Multiple learners injured in horrific crash on N2 South

    Multiple learners were injured in a horrific crash involving a light delivery vehicle and a minibus taxi on the N2 south near the old Durban Airport in Prospecton just before 15:00 on Friday. 


    According to emergency services, Emer-G-Med, reports from the scene are that as many as twelve school children sustained injuries ranging from minor to moderate whilst one adult suffered moderate injuries.

    Emer-G-Med spokesperson, Kyle van Reenen said the injured learners were treated and stabilised on scene before being taken to various nearby hospitals for further medical care.

    Children aged between eight and thirteen were injured in a scholar transport accident. Image: ALS Paramedics.

    Meanwhile ALS Paramedics who were also scene said that the learners are aged between eight and thirteen. The driver of the other vehicle was also transported to a nearby hospital for further treatment.

    “At this stage the events leading up to the collision is unknown, however, the South African Police Service (SAPS) is on scene and will be investigating further.”

    ALS Paramedics

    Last week Friday on 9 September, multiple school learners were injured in a serious taxi accident on the M19 near Reservoir Hills in KwaZulu-Natal.

    According to ALS Paramedics Medical Services, they arrived on the scene to find that a single taxi carrying school children had lost control and overturned multiple times coming to rest on the centre island.

    Immediately more ambulances and Advanced Life Support Paramedics were dispatched to the scene to assist.

    ALSO READ: Around 20 learners injured in M19 scholar transport accident

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