Car crashes on way to cemetery

21 September 2008 | From Arrive Alive


21 September 2008

Durban - A man was killed and two women were seriously injured when two vehicles collided on the M41 in Durban on Sunday, emergency services said.

Netcare 911 spokesperson Chris Botha said a car with three female occupants in their mid-20s collided with a Toyota Corolla on the M41 between Mhlanga and Phoenix at 09:20.

"The car with the women was travelling towards Woodview cemetery when it swerved and collided with the Corolla with a male occupant in his 40s. The man died on the scene," said Botha.

Two female passengers were flung out of their vehicle and were seriously injured. They were taken to hospital in a critical condition, he said.

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