UK Tourists Died In A Terrible KZN Accident Were Related To Queen Elizabeth

A UK mother and her daughter who died in a terrible head-on collision on the N2 near Zinkwazi on Friday were related to Queen Elizabeth.

The Sword family of Lurgashall, West Sussex, were returning from a family safari trip when a Mercedes hit them head on.

Tabitha, 13, was declared dead on arrival of paramedics, while Louise, 53, died in hospital.

The driver of the Mercedes, well-known Mtunzini resident Elomi Lourens, 82, was also killed in the accident, according to the North Coast Courier.

Lourens was returning home from a funeral in Estcourt when she was killed in the accident.

Reports from the scene suggest a vehicle may have stopped in the fast lane, resulting in the collision.

Louise’s husband Alistair, 53, and son Benjamin, 11, were both cut free from their wrecked SUV.

“The remaining two holidaymakers and the driver of the SUV are in a critical condition,” said Dylan Meyrick of IPSS Medical Rescue while at the scene.

Two aeromedical helicopters were used to transport the injured to hospital.

Louise’s brother Tim Taylor, 55, is married to the queen’s cousin Lady Helen Taylor, who runs a gallery opposite the exclusive Connaught Hotel near Hyde Park.

The Relatives are believed to have landed in Durban on Friday.


Written by BT

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