10 perish, dozens injured in horror crash

About 10 passengers are feared dead and dozen others severely injured after the bus they were traveling in an road accident at Manjawira along the M1 Road in Ntcheu.

The horror crash in Ntcheu

The bus belonging to Future Tours was going to Blantyre from Lilongwe.

Unconfirmed reports indicate that 10peopke  have died, several with their heads cut.

The victims were rushed to Balaka District Hospital.

The accident happened when the speeding bus’ front tyres burst before overturning several times killing and injuring some of the passengers.

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21 thoughts on “10 perish, dozens injured in horror crash”

  1. ine says:

    Very bad, may their souls rest in peace

  2. Patrick Wiseman says:

    So sad. May God’s glory shadow their SOULS! Rest In Peace Brethren.

  3. DOBO says:

    Malawians are always in death traps of verious kind because poverty and corruption along side neglegence.Look at how we are packed in 15 seater minibuses which have completely changed to suit their hunger for money.Passagers have no choice but to allow being squeized packed like bags. Without that,one can not travel. We evchange our need to travel with such kind of death traps.Let us agree that travelling in public transport is travelling in death traps only that the God”s Grace made us to reach our destinations.

  4. Willard chindamba says:

    Very Sad May their Souls rest in peace

  5. john says:

    the drivers are they really qualified? the way they driver makes one to question their qualifications….. such big busses need drivers with responsibility not those who have just graduated from driving minbuses

  6. we wait to act until something bad happens.

  7. Zathuzi says:

    This is also the warning with our road Jali to Zomba. corrupt police officers near nine miles!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  8. Deusi says:

    may the almighty look after their families

  9. Mwana Wa Kumudzi says:

    I only hope our law enforcement agencies will change the way they do their jobs.
    These buses overloads like they have taken nkhumba, yet they go through Police and Road Traffic Directorate road blocks.
    Road worthiness of these buses is not checked. Please Road Traffic law enforcement agencies start a special passenger buses/minibuses section to check the road worthiness of these buses. Enforce on capacity. Revise carrying capacity and those standing in the bus, because these buses are not new but very much used ones.
    Stop useless and stinking corruption on our roads. I wish we had a president who doesn’t tolalerent corruption like Magufuli of Tanzania or Khama of Botswana or Kalama of Rwanda. Otherwise corruption is killing innocent souls of our brothers and sisters on our roads.
    Most of the passenger vehicles like these buses they buy second hand tyres and let POLICE and RTD direct to have these buses purchasing only new tyres and be given period of use. Can’t you do the way you have done on lorries not to carry passengers? Let these buses have seat belt enforcement. Our police is busy doing politics instead of doing their rightful jobs. I CRY FOR my people of Malawi dying like chicken yet we have Road and Safety agencies

    1. Markmarkc says:

      very touching comment

  10. DPP mbava says:

    Zomvetsa chisoni. MHSRP

  11. Danvan says:

    So sad. Over speeding does not help. Let us drive safely.
    Mizimu yabo ibuse my mtende..

  12. MASO A NKHONO says:

    Our bus drivers
    machine conditions are to blame
    and mostly
    most people boarding busses are witches with
    their charms from TSANGOMAS IN
    mazambique

    SURELY WE NEED PRAYERS !!

    1. Munthu says:

      You are an idiot

  13. Kondwani Maulidi says:

    Very sad to hear, may the souls of those who have passed RIP

  14. Giftmsukwa says:

    Lord knows

  15. joze says:

    Sad indeed RIP…but satanism is plying along our roads and some satanic-based-churches must be banned in this country

    1. Alfred Minjo says:

      I agree very with your suggestion. It may help those in authority to act on the banning if you could provide the names of the satanic churches….

  16. Fletcher Beniyasi says:

    May the beloved souls rest in peace,very discouraging,drivers observe speed limits

  17. Escar says:

    Lord have mercy. Heal the injured ones and comfort the families who have lost their loved ones.

  18. Mzika says:

    Very sad……

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