8 injured in Pile-Up in Cato Manor

12 July 2018 | From Arrive Alive


Eight people have been injured after five vehicles collided at the intersection of Booth Road and Bellair Road in Cato Manor just after 11:45am this morning.

Rescue Care Paramedics arrived on the scene to find multiple vehicles blocking the entire roadway. On assessment Paramedics found that eight people had sustained various injuries and immediately more ambulances were dispatched to the scene. Once all the injured had been stabilised on the scene they were transported to various Durban Hospitals for the further care that they required.

At this stage the events leading up to the collision is unknown however SAPS were on the scene and will be investigating further. 

Kind Regards, 

Garrith Jamieson
Operations Director
 

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