US tourists killed in KZN crash

Durban - Three people, including two tourists from the United States, were killed in a head-on collision in northern KwaZulu-Natal, the provincial transport department said on Monday.

A statement released by spokesperson Kwanele Ncalane said a further three people were injured in the collision that occurred on Sunday on the N2 at Nkodibe, near Mtubatuba.

Ncalane said the three injured were taken to the Bay Hospital in Richards Bay.

Further details about the collision between the two Hyundai vehicles were not immediately available.

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Aaron Simon Chauke 2014-08-18 05:49:22 PM
It is sad that some people lost their life's here. What meters the most is people's life's. It doesn't matter where they come from. Yes we will lose some people who will get this News. They meat not want to visit as any longer. South African's, let as work together to make our Country are Better one.
Zanele Nkosi299 2014-08-18 06:24:37 PM
Condolences to their families. May their souls R.I.P.
SheilanDerek de Beer 2014-08-18 06:25:14 PM
Why name the make of vehicles...?? give details of how , when ... a head on collision means that somebody was on the wrong side of the road..!! How sad for someone to die like this....
Brian Bagnall 2014-08-18 07:08:52 PM
I just want to remind the drivers on the road that always seem to be in a hurry. Three things to think about before you overtake. (1) is it legal (2) is it safe (3) is it necessary. Ask yourself these questions before you overtake. It will save lives. The solid white line is not painted on the centre of the road for nothing, it means something.