Child killed, four others injured after vehicle rollover on the corners of the R511 and M26

22 January 2018 | From Arrive Alive


A three-year-old girl was killed and four others sustained moderate injuries after the vehicle they were travelling in rolled on the corners of the R511 and M26 in Erasmia last night.

When ER24 arrived on the scene at 22H45, another medical service was already in attendance. Upon further assessment, paramedics found four patients who sustained moderate injuries.

It is believed that a three-year-old child was ejected from the vehicle. Unfortunately, there was nothing paramedics could do for the girl and she was declared dead at the scene by another medical service.

ER24, as well as another medical service, transported the patients to a hospital for further medical care.

The exact details surrounding the incident were not yet known to our paramedics.

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