Three british tourists have been killed in connection with a violent road traffic accident on Monday this week in south Africa, where their car ran out in the abyss from a 23-metre-high bridge and landed in a river.
The former priest Peter Harris was the only one in the group who survived the accident. However, he is still hospitalized in a critical condition in a hospital. The car's driver also survived the accident and was subsequently treated at a hospital.
The survivors of Peter Harris' 66-year-old wife, Miranda, as well as the matrimonial two friends through 25 years, Chris and Susanna Naylor died in the violent accident.
It writes multiple media including The Telegraph and the Metro.
The former priest Peter Harris survived the accident, while his wife Miranda died. (Photo: Private)
a Spokesperson for the department for transport, Khuselwa Rantjie explained that the accident took place Monday. 11.45.
The two couples were on their way to the airport to fly back to England, after they had enjoyed a 10 days long dream trip in south Africa, when their Toyota was involved in a collision with another car on the bridge Swartkops Bridge. The collision meant that Toyata-car smoke over a railing and fell 23 feet down in the river.
Three of the british tourists were declared dead on the spot.
the married Couple of Chris and Susanna Naylor died in the violent accident. (Photo: Private)