Truck drivers are urged not to stop under this bridge, see what happens.
By Busiey | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 4736 views
The infamous Knights Road bridge in Germiston, many taut liners get stuck there and people from the nearby informal settlement loot their stock. Asking for directions in the area is considered unsafe as it’s alleged that the locals intentionally send you there so they can work on your load, it’s reported that security guards from a nearby company were attacked after they stopped and warned a truck which was about to fall into the trap.
Most people would defend these people by saying they unemployed and there’s no way to get food, it is the government’s fault...they must create employment. This kind of behavior cannot be notified, this is pure criminality because these people are taking advantage using foreign truck drivers as an excuse. Some people believe that these people only steal from foreigners and burn their trucks because of them taking their jobs, but this is not about jobs.
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