One person has been killed and another has been injured after a car crashed into two bus shelters in Marseille, France.
Charleen Clarke has been recognised as South Africa’s top commercial vehicle journalist in the recent SA Guild of Motoring Journalists’ Motoring Journalist of the Year awards.
Two men have been arrested for colluding to issue fake roadworthy certificates.
The Hawks on Wednesday said that the docket in the State’s case against former prosecutor Glynnis Breytenbach was on Friday stolen during a car break-in.
Paramedics say the woman sustained serious injuries.
ER24 paramedics and other services attended to the incident.
“On arrival at the scene members of the community had already taken out the four boys and two others, aged six and eight, were taken by an ambulance while the other two, aged 7 and 9, were not so lucky. The deceased are brothers from one family and the two that survived are also from another family”.
The exact cause of the incident is unknown.
The collision occurred on Wednesday afternoon and involved only one vehicle.
The suspects were found in possession of four unlicensed fire arms (pistols) all their serial numbers were scratched off. They were also found in possession of 42 live rounds of ammunition. The suspects have been charged with possession of stolen vehicle, possession of fire arms and ammunition. The fire arms will be sent for ballistic testing as we strongly suspect and believe that they had been used in the commission of crimes around the country.