15 February 2016

South Africa: Popular Actor Rapulana Seiphemo in Hospital After Car Crash - Report

Photo: GenerationsTVShow
Rapulana Seiphemo

A lead actor in popular South African soapie Generations The Legacy is reportedly in a critical condition at a Johannesburg hospital after a car accident that left two other people dead.

Actor and producer Rapulana Seiphemo is said to be fighting for his life at Milpark hospital after being involved in a collision on the N14 near Diepsloot north of Johannesburg on Sunday night.

Generations: The Legacy publicist Gaaratwe Mokhethi said: "I can't confirm at this stage because the details are sketchy. We can't comment under pressure because this is a sensitive matter. We have heard the rumours but cannot confirm or deny anything."

Report from ER24

Two men were killed and four others injured after two vehicles collided on the N14 near the R55, near Diepsloot, North of Johannesburg.

Paramedics found that three people had been inside each vehicle.

Two men, one from each vehicle, sustained fatal injuries in the collision and were declared dead on scene.

Four other patients were found on scene, two of them critically injured.

Once treated, both critically injured patients were airlifted by a private medical helicopter to nearby hospitals for urgent treatment.

The two remaining patients were transported by ambulance to nearby hospitals for further treatment.

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