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Marina beach accident leaves four injured
25 November 2012 | From Arrive Alive

25 November 2012

Four people were injured, three seriously, when a vehicle collided with a truck along the R102 in Marina Beach Saturday evening. Reports indicate that the vehicle was traveling along the R102 when he hit a truck in its side.

Netcare 911 paramedics arrived at the scene and found the crumpled remains of the vehicle still trapped under the truck. After the injured were stabilized on scene they were transported to the Port Shepstone Provincial hospital for further care.


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