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12 killed on WC roads

12 people died in several crashes on various routes across the Western Cape.

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CAPE TOWN - Western Cape Transport MEC Robin Carlisle has expressed his disappointed with the province's long-weekend road death toll.

At least 12 people died in several crashes on various routes across the province.

In the most recent accident, a truck and taxi collided near Grabouw on Tuesday.

The driver of the heavy duty vehicle died on the scene.

Carisle said, “The toll is lower than last year, but it is still high.”

(Edited by Zethu Zulu)

 

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