Six people died and four others were injured during a car crash in South Africa's Limpopo Province on Sunday night, local authorities said Monday.

Iran PressAfrica: The Limpopo transport department said a light motor vehicle collided head-on with a light delivery vehicle after overtaking a barrier line, killing four women and two men at the scene while four others got injured.

"This has been a bloody weekend on our roads. This is a painful but also opportune time to implore all road users to never get tired of heeding the call to always obey the rules of the road," said Florence Radzilani, a member of the executive council for transport and community safety of Limpopo.

According to Xinhua, the law enforcement officers at the scene cited reckless driving as the possible cause of the crash, according to Radzilani. 


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