UPDATED: 14 Die In Murehwa Accident

State broadcaster ZBC reports 14 people died after two commuter omnibuses collided head-on along the Harare – Nyamapanda highway in Murehwa on Sunday evening. Initially, 11 people were confirmed dead. The number has since been revised upwards.

In a telephone interview with the ZBC News, ZRP Murewa District Commanding Officer Superintendent Frank Masuka, confirmed the fatalities, adding that one infant and 2 children are among the deceased.

The road accident occurred when two commuter omnibuses collided head-on at the 49-kilometre peg along the Harare-Nyamapanda highway, two kilometres from Juru Growth Point last night.


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Police spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner Paul Nyathi confirmed the accident. He said among the dead is a child. He said one of the omnibuses burst a front tyre and encroached into the lane of oncoming traffic, resulting in a head-on collision with the other omnibus travelling in the opposite direction.

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Paul Nyathi is a Zimbabwean police officer who is the national spokesperson for the Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP). He holds the rank of Chief Superintendent and is the Staff Officer for Press and Public Relations where he deputizes Senior Assistant Commissioner (SAC) Charity Charamba. Read More About Paul Nyathi

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UPDATED: 14 Die In Murehwa Accident