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Man reverses car into two-year-old daughter

by Staff Writer

The Namibian Police is looking into a case of reckless and negligent driving involving a father at Oshikoto region’s Onayena who bumped his daughter on Monday.

According to a police report, the incident took place as Ompulungu villager around 18h00. 

The 48-year-old man was reversing his Nissan sedan at his homestead when he bumped his two-year-old daughter who was playing in the yard.

The child sustained severe injuries and was rushed to the Onayena Clinic, but was later transported to the Onandjokwe hospital where she has been admitted and is receiving treatment.

The police investigation continues.

In another case the Hardap region police has reported that an ambulance carrying three patients, a nurse and four passengers veered off the road after it hit a cow last night.

The ambulance was travelling on the B1 from Tses and was headed for Windhoek when it hit a cow approximately 10 km from Gibeon junction.

The vehicle, a Toyota Quantum is registered GRN 7532. The police said, no injuries were sustained during the accident although the car had to be towed away.

The investigations in this case continue.