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A 28-year-old South African lady who survived a automotive crash was killed by a hit-and-run-driver whereas trying to find her lacking cellphone.

Response Unit South Africa’s Prem Balram, who disclosed this in an announcement stated the girl had been a passenger in a bakkie that overturned on N2 between uMhlanga and North Coast Street within the early hours of Monday, April 19.

“A passenger in a Toyota Hillux bakkie that overturned was killed whereas trying to find her cellphone on the south sure lane of the N2 between Umhlanga and North Coast Street this morning (Monday).”

“A member of Response Unit South Africa (RUSA) was on patrol on the freeway when he seen the bakkie mendacity on its facet. The Officer referred to as for help at 04:09. The driving force of the overturned automobile knowledgeable the Response Officer that he was travelling together with his girlfriend from Pinetown to Cornubia. As they approached the Umhlanga offramp he misplaced management of his automobile which veered into the south sure lane and overturned. The couple weren’t injured within the preliminary accident.

“Emergency Companies started clearing the scene when the feminine determined to seek for her lacking cellphone. She was struck by an unknown automobile which was travelling on the acute proper lane. The automobile sped off with out stopping. The girl landed roughly 50 meters away from the purpose of affect.

“Medics had been referred to as again to the scene and the feminine was pronounced deceased on their arrival.”

Police spokesperson, Captain Nqobile Gwala, stated a case of culpable murder was opened at Durban North police station for investigation.

“This morning at 5am, a 28-year-old feminine was allegedly knocked by a automobile on the N2 South Sure Bridge” he said on Monday.

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