Matsha Survivors make steady recovery

Parents of affected students waiting outside Marina female and male wards for checking in time to see their children
Parents of affected students waiting outside Marina female and male wards for checking in time to see their children

The survivors of the Matsha College road accident, in which seven students died, are said to be stable and recovering in various public and private health facilities in the south of the country.

At least 109 students were admitted into various facilities after the accident, which took place about a kilometre west of Dutlwe village on Friday afternoon.

Yesterday, Princess Marina Hospital’s (PMH) chief communications and public relations officer, Donnell Kutlapye, told Mmegi that two students in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) were very stable. One student was discharged from the ICU to the wards yesterday.

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