No less than 60 others had been wounded within the incident, which occurred late on Monday in South Africa’s northern Limpopo province.
A head-on collision between a tour bus and a cash-in-transit truck left 20 individuals useless and left at the very least 60 others injured late on Monday on a significant highway in South Africa’s northern Limpopo province.
Police divers had been looking out a river that runs alongside the freeway “for individuals who might need been swept away”, the regional transport division mentioned in a press release on Tuesday.
After the crash, the tour bus rolled from a bridge on the N1 freeway right into a river under, mentioned ER24, an emergency medical care firm, whose paramedics had been on the scene.
“Three individuals had been discovered deceased by the roadside and 16 down by the river – all had been declared useless on arrival,” ER24 mentioned in a press release.
“One affected person, of the 69 passengers confirmed transported to hospital for numerous accidents, has since died,” it mentioned.
It was not instantly clear how many individuals the tour bus was carrying.
ER24 mentioned police had been investigating the circumstances surrounding the crash.
The reason for the accident is beneath investigation, however heavy rains have been drenching the area in latest days, a spokesman for the regional transport division, Tidimalo Chuene, informed AFP.