Road accident claims a life in Lilongwe, 2 seriously injured

A former employ for SOS in Lilongwe was on Monday at around 1 O’clock in the afternoon involved in a fatal road accident that claimed her life.

The accident involved a Toyota Sprinter registration number BP 41 and Toyota Hiace registration number MJ 5653.

In the Hiace two people were seriously injured and 16 minor injuries have been all rushed to Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH) for treatment.

According to the eye witness a vehicle Toyota Sprinter was driven by a woman who was coming from Bwandiro heading to Cashbuild Roundabout along the Paul Kagame Road had a head-on with a Toyota Hiace.

A Traffic Police Officer who was at the scene confirmed to Malawi News Agency (Mana) reporter that the woman (details not yet known) who was driving the Toyota Sprinter died on the spot.

“The accident happened at around 1 O’clock. The woman was overtaking a vehicle in her lane and in the process she met another vehicle a minibus which was coming from town heading towards Bwandiro and had 18 passengers on board,” said the officer.

He said currently they do not have detailed information of the people being referred to KCH.

On Saturday another road accident happened at Immigration junction along the Paul Kagame road where it is believed to have claimed a life.

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It only tells me that our reporters do half-baked stories. The car was driven by SOS Employee, Mr. M. Sendezera wo was driving on Area 15 road near MACOHA and not Bwandilo. Before reporting, please verify with relevant authorities.

The Most Concerned

How did she obtain her driving licence? I believe she was overtaking without seeing what was coming ahead of her. Driving z not just abt sitting on the driver’s and start the engine….


This is stupid. The one who died in not a woman. He is a man Mr Sendezera who was a medical doctor at SOS. Be serious with your reporting please


Good reporting. You can’t disclose the full identity of the dead before the next of kin has identified the victim

Chief Cadet

Poor reporting,who told you that she is a former employee of SOS if you don’t know her name? Who has died? Improve please


Good reporting! This article is more informative than the one in The Nation newspaper.

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