Seven people died in the northwest accident.
Vryburg police are investigating the murder after the frontal collision resulted in seven deaths, including a 3-month-old baby.
Northwest Police spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Adele Myburgh said the incident took place on Saturday at 1 p.m. on the road between Ganyesa and Vryburg.
Myburgh said two vehicles, an Audi Q4 and a Volkswagen Polo, caught fire and three passers-by managed to pull passengers, including a baby, out of the vehicles.
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Unfortunately, the flames began to drive vehicles, resulting in four people burning unknown and people who were passing by trying to rescue also declared them dead, except for the baby’s mother, Myburgh said.
“We have a total of seven people who died at the scene, three of which I can confirm [are] women and four, we do not yet know.
“Then there was one woman who survived. She and her three-month-old baby girl were taken to a local hospital, unfortunately, [on] Upon arrival at the hospital, the three-month-old baby moved on. So we only have one survivor. The surviving woman is 29 years old, ”Myburgh said.
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