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Two injured in a collision on the R620 in Shelly Beach

This evening Kwazulu Private Ambulance Service responded to the R620 in Shelly Beach for reports of a collision.

When emergency services arrived they found that a vehicle and taxi had been involved in a collision.

Paramedics quickly assessed the scene and found that 2 patients had sustained serious injuries.

The patients were treated on scene before being transported to hospital for further treatment.

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