Non Pareil woman dies after being struck down by vehicle

At about 1105h. today, police say that Navita Ishram, 26 years, of Non Pareil, ECD, was standing on the main road at Non Pareil when she was struck down by a motor vehicle. She was pronounced DOA at the GPHC.

The driver of the motor vehicle is in police custody assisting with the investigations.

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