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Durban woman injured after crashing her suspect in her own home



The elderly woman moved her Mercedes-Benz to her home in Verulam in northern Durban on Tuesday after suffering a dizzying spell.

The woman (68 years old) and passengers had to get out of the wreckage of firemen.

Prem Balram of Reaction Unit SA said the incident occurred in Verulam's busy Wick Street neighborhood near the local Metro police station.

"Someone who heard a crash at 12.37pm called members of the Reaction Unit SA and when they arrived they were in the process of removing the trapped women of the eThekwini Fire and Emergency Service firefighting pneumatic tools, One of them was liberated. "

Balaam said the driver suffered head and spinal injuries. "She was evicted from the car by medical staff and firefighters before being transferred to Umhlanga Hospital.

"According to the driver, she approached her house when she was dizzy and weakened, instead of rushing into her driveway, she suddenly accelerated to her home, a few meters above the road level before the vehicle crashed into the house through a wooden barrier Less, "Balaam said.

The passenger was unharmed.


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