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WINDHOEK (Reuters) - Namibia's deputy prime minister and foreign affairs minister survived a car crash on Thursday in which three people were killed, local media reported, citing police sources.
The Namibian Sun said that Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah's motorcade collided head on with a light pick-up truck while travelling in the north of the country.
The newspaper said the deputy prime minister was hospitalised in a critical but stable condition and she was expected to be airlifted to a hospital in the capital, Windhoek, later on Thursday.
(Reporting by Nyasha Nyaungwa, editing by Ed Stoddard and Larry King)