Two separate car crashes in Vavaʻu, two passengers fight for life in hospital

A 45-year-old man remains in a critical condition at Ngu hospital after the truck he was driving collided with a big horn van on Utulangivaka Rd Saturday 22.

Vavaʻu Police have arrested the 20-year-old female driver of the van and charged her with reckless driving causing bodily harm and causing structural  damages, Police Superintendent Netane Falakiseni told Kaniva News. 

Police investigation is ongoing.

Meanwhile a 38-year-old man who was involved in a horrific crash involving his younger brother yesterday morning outside Longomapu is fighting for his life in hospital.

The man was a passenger in the van while his 22-year-old brother was driving.

Police have arrested the younger brother and charged him for reckless driving causing bodily harm and he remains in Police custody .

Falakiseni said further details regarding the incidents will be released when they become availabe.

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