- A deadly collision between a Greyhound bus and a truck occurred early on Tuesday morning on the Van Reenen N3
- The accident has claimed the lives of one person and has left several others critically injured
- The crash left the road closed for hours and has finally been opened by road safety officials
A deadly crash on the Van Reenen N3 Pass has occurred early this Tuesday morning. According to reports, the accident involved a Greyhound bus and a truck.
@RobBreezy a South African traffic reporter shared the news with his followers on Twitter, also including in the tweet that the deadly crash had left one person dead and several others critically injured.
"KZN / Free State - N3 Van Reenen's Pass (Update): #BusCrash #TruckCrash 1 Fatality so far, 2 Critical and 1 entrapped - 38 Minor injuries. ROAD CLOSED", he tweeted early this morning.
Mzansi had the following to say about the horrific crash:
"I bet that bus was overtaking someone. Those bus drivers don't care about us."
"Night driving is a problem."
"Is this on both sides of the road or in the direction to Johannesburg."
"My lil sister arrived home at midnight, she took a bus from Jhb to PMB. So glad she took a different bus. I feel bad for the loved ones of the victim."
"This is so shocking. These accidents are killing thousands of people. Between the ANC thieving thug virus and accidents, sooo many people are dying."
In other Briefly.co.za news, the second wave of Covid-19 has proven to be far deadlier than the first with the number of deaths from the virus. In a tragic incident, it has been reported that eight nuns based in KwaZulu-Natal have succumbed to the virus.
The nuns were members of the Daughters of St Francis in Port Shepstone, the first nun was lost on 10 December with the eighth losing her fight yesterday according to IOL .
Sister Dominica Mkhize, the leader of the congregation, Sisters Elmara Skhakhane (72), Leonissa Nzimande (78), Colleta Msomi (78), Anastasia Mthetwa (86), Amara Madlala (75), Edmunda Nkomo (80) and Helen Cele (88) died of Covid-19.
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