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One dead another injured in Pretoria Accident

Pretoria Accident kills 1 injures another

Gauteng: At 03H18 Friday morning Netcare 911 responded to reports of a collision on the N1 in Pretoria.

Reports from the scene indicate that a truck and car were involved in a collision.

Pretoria Accident kills 1 injures another One person had sadly succumbed to his injuries while another sustained moderate injuries.

The patient was treated on the scene and once stabilised were transported by ambulance to the hospital for further treatment.

Pretoria Accident kills 1 injures another
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In Other News – Thousands protest in Berlin against Covid-19 restrictions

Blockades and sit-ins took place in central Berlin on Saturday as tens of thousands of people rallied against coronavirus restrictions despite police efforts to break up the protest because of health and safety violations.

The mostly peaceful protest included people from far-right groups, conspiracy theorists who do not believe Covid-19 exists, and anti-vaccination campaigners.

“Coronavirus is one big lie,” a man in his 50s told the N24 news channel.

Police said there were several disruptions to traffic including a group of about 40 people that gathered on Berlin’s Schiffbauerdamm street, and a blockade on the Universitaetsstrasse avenue, also in central Berlin.

They said at least two people had been arrested after throwing bottles at police officers, and a container had been set on fire on Friedrichstrasse, a busy shopping boulevard.

Several protesters who broke into a restricted area near the Reichstag building had to be removed by police. Learn More