The bodies of 2 seventy-five-year-old women have been recovered after their vehicle crashed down the cliff face at Hansie se Bank at Voëlklip, near Herolds Bay.
A white Mazda plunged onto the rocks next to the now notorious Voëlklip viewing point.
The incident happened around 18:45 pm on Saturday, February 20.
According to the George Herald the wreckage of the white Mazda was pulled up the cliff this morning just before 11:00.
Police spokesperson, Sergeant Christopher Spies said that after the bodies of the two women were retrieved, they also found two guns in the car.
He said once the post-mortem is completed this week, they will be able to know more.
Last month on the 21st of January a vehicle plunged down the cliff at Voëlklip viewpoint.
A mother (34), her daughter (2) and son (8) were in the vehicle. The boy managed to escape the vehicle and survived.
According to City Press the son told a passerby who had helped him that his mother had deliberately driven off the cliff.