This road is a death threat to motorists
It takes a blink of an eye for motorists traveling on the Grootvlei Road to unfortunately have their vehicles turning. With the passage of time, sewage flowing down Grootvlei Road, in the east of Johannesburg is increasingly dangerous. The road, which has a sharp bend in the area where the surface sewage flows, has been the sight of several accidents in recent months. It's feared that if nothing is done soon a life can be lost.
The road may be a busy one, with Grootvlei, Payneville and Strubenvale Extension residents all making use of it. It is likewise utilised by citizens who drop their children off at PLG Institute.
The sewage, which has been a worry for a considerable length of time, streams down Grootvlei Street from an incomplete store built a few years prior by the region.
Clive Billowes, who works on the Grootvlei Domain, stated round 10 cars spun loopy alongside the road among five am and seven am final Wednesday morning, of which ought to be towed away because ofdamaged edges.
“If every body is killed due to this problemit's miles going to be because of gross negligence at the council’s component as this problem has been brought to their interest a number of times,” stated Billowes.
An SAPS van also overturned on the street the following morning.
The faculty and the estate have identified the problem several instances to the town of Ekurhuleni (CoE), however nothing has came about
According to the Ward councilor Dean Stone, the situation can not maintain as it's far, have to inspect why given repeated proceedings from residents the CoE has not done anything about it.
Source: Opera News