TWO Namibians nationals have died while four others have sustained serious injuries in a road accident in Livingstone.
A female Nyare Muza aged 40, of Kavango region in Namibia died on spot whilst an unknown male died at Livingstone Central Hospital after sustaining a head injury.
Southern Province Commissioner of Police Godwin Phiri said the accident occurred in Livingstone on Tuesday at 15:20 hours along Nakatindi Road in Simoonga area.
He said yesterday that the accident involved a Nissan minibus registration number BAB 58 driven by Davies Chandila, 46, of Molite Township in Livingstone.
The accident happened because of a mechanical fault involving a tyre burst and in the process the vehicle overturned.
Mr Phiri said the two bodies were taken to Batoka Mortuary awaiting post-mortem.
He said Frank Muyenga,35, of Dambwa of Livingstone sustained multiple cuts on left leg and had bruises on his back.
A 4 year old boy Deon Mwandu, of Kavango Region of Namibia sustained bruises on elbow and left eye.
Mr Phiri said the motor vehicle was extensively damaged.
Meanwhile, Mr Phiri said a pedestrian was seriously injured on Tuesday at 19:00hours at house number DSV 50 dambwa.
This involved a Toyota Corolla registration number AJC 6660 driven by Chrispin Nyambe, 42, of Molite Township and Chattel Muulu, 8, who was inside a house.
This accident occurred due to the inexperienced driver whoo rammed into the house and the child who was inside the house.
The child sustained a deep cut on left hip and cut on right leg and is admitted at Livingstone Central Hospital.