JMPD investigating cause of N12 bus accident

At least two people passed away when a bus crashed in Johannesburg on the N12 near the Xavier Street offramp on Tuesday morning.

The spokesperson at Emergency Management Services Nana Radebe says the JMPD is investigating the cause of the incident.

With the list that was there on the book, it said there were 64 people but as we counted the patients there were only 32 patients.

Nana Radebe, Spokesperson at Emergency Management Services 

Some of the passengers might have got off at other routes when they were travelling from Mthatha.

Nana Radebe, Spokesperson at Emergency Management Services 

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