The Western Cape Health Department says two of the ten passengers who were injured…

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The Western Cape Health Department says two of the ten passengers who were injured…

The Western Cape Health Department says two of the ten passengers who were injured in yesterday’s taxi crash on the N1 near Touws river, are in a critical condition. Twelve people, including the taxi driver, died when the taxi overturned in the Hex River Valley. It was transporting passengers from Cape Town to the Eastern Cape for the festive season. Provincial Health spokesperson Mark van den Heever says two 17-year old patients will be undergoing operations at Tygerberg hospital this afternoon. One suffered a fractured pelvis and the other sustained head injuries. Two others are also receiving treatment at the Tygerberg hospital. A six year old boy has been admitted to Red Cross Children’s hospital with moderate injuries. Van den Heever says the rest were admitted to Worcester hospital and are all in a stable condition.

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5 comments on “The Western Cape Health Department says two of the ten passengers who were injured…

  1. It’s happening every year ppl.. More pressure must be put on safety and educating taxi drivers… Taxi boses must come to the table..

  2. You know what? I for one will never blame the driver, accident is an accident that’s why it is called accident as it is not planned. It can happen to anyone anywhere . May their soul rest in eternal peace and those in hospital get healed

  3. Over load yenziwa sithi thina bahlali ngoba thina siza nabantwana kuba sisithi sizoba funqula then xa kubalwa bantu abaswelekileyo akuthwa ngumtana yinton qha kubalwa iintloko kula ngozi ngabantwana abaninz aba bangabhataliyo

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