Minibus Crash In South Africa Kills 20 Children

N1 (South Africa), Pretoria
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A minubus crashed and burned on Friday killing at least 20 children in a horrific traffic accident outside the South African capital Pretoria. Paramedics treated the injured at the scene after the van carrying students collided with a transport truck northeast of the capital, about 70km from Pretoria. “It is confirmed 20 children have been killed,”…


 




 



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