Miss Tourism Zimbabwe contestants involved in an accident

Miss Tourism Zimbabwe contestants involved in an accident

Seven out of the 19 Miss Tourism Zimbabwe contestants who were in camp in preparation for the national finals scheduled to hold at Montclair Hotel in Nyanga this Saturday, have been injured in a bus accident that occurred in Vumba on Wednesday night.

The beauty contestants were on their way to Eden Lodge in Vumba where they were supposed to lodge for the night when the accident occurred around 9:00 pm along the Vumba-Mutare highway.

An eyewitness says the driver lost control of the bus when he wanted to negotiate a bend on the slippery road, causing the bus to overturn and land on its left side.

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The models were immediately rushed to Murambi Garden hospital in three ambulances. They sustained injuries, but doctors say none is critical, and no death occurred. 

“The girls have been under observation at Murambi Garden hospital and all are stable. There are some injuries, but no death recorded. We’re now making arrangements to have the models transferred to Harare hospitals for further treatment,” One of the organisers said.

“We believe they were all affected, including those who are not physically hurt so they’re all in hospital under observation. It’s sad that such an unfortunate event transpired, however, we thank God because the accident was not fatal.” she continued.

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A support team has been mobilized to go assist and take back the models to their respective provinces as the pageant has been postponed indefinitely.

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