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Six members of a household had been amongst ten folks killed in a tragic head on collision between two automobiles in northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

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The accident was reportedly mentioned to have occurred alongside the R34 in Vryheid, northern KwaZulu-Natal, at about 11am, on Tuesday, April 6.

The Ford Ranger, carrying six occupants, collided head-on with a Mazda 3 which was carrying seven occupants, claiming the lives of seven folks on the scene of the accident.

KZN EMS spokesperson, Robert Mckenzie, mentioned six critically injured survivors had been handled by paramedics on the scene earlier than being transported to hospital, the place three extra folks died because of the accidents sustained within the crash.

The Division of Transport on Thursday, April 8, mentioned the the victims, together with two toddlers, had been all family of the Mhlongo household.

Siduduzo Xulu, 27, Nsindiso Xulu, 25, Nomvelo Buthelezi, 20, Mlamuli Zungu, 26, Nqobani Manyoni, 5, Sinovuyo Sibisi, 3, and 23-year-old Samukelisiwe Simelane, the household’s nanny, died when the driving force of the Mazda 3 they had been travelling in allegedly did not cease at a cease avenue earlier than colliding head-on with a Ford Ranger.

Nsindiso Xulu, 25
Nsinduzo Xulu, 27
Samukelisiwe Simelane, 23, the household’s nanny
Mlamuli Zungu, 26
Nomvelo Buthelezi, 20
Nqobani Manyoni, 5
Sinovuyo Sibisi, 3

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