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Two pregnant women killed on N14 highway

The women were heading home after a regular medical check-up at a nearby clinic at the time of the incident on Wednesday.

Picture: imgkid.com

JOHANNESBURG - Police are investigating a culpable homicide case after two pregnant women were killed when they tried to cross the N14 highway in Krugersdorp.

The women were heading home after a regular medical check-up at a nearby clinic at the time of the incident on Wednesday.

The police's Tshepiso Mashele says: "The one lady was identified on the scene. A case of culpable homicide was opened and the investigation continues."

(Edited by Shimoney Regter)

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