Travelling with you car has become a death trap these days since there is a possibility of getting involved in an accident at any minute as you are on the road, one silly mistake from a fellow driver could leave several people with injuries or even dead on worst case scenarios with so much damage to vehicles that could cost hundreds of thousands and car owners losing their properties, this is why people are always encouraged to always be cautious when driving and abide by the rules of the road all the time to avoid accidents like the one that reportedly on Saturday night on the N1 near Garsfontein Pretoria where it is reported that there was a multiple vehicle accident that left a number of people injured.
Reports emerging suggests there was a multiple vehicle accident in the late hours of Saturday, a bus was reportedly also involved in this accident and the number of people who were injured is yet to be confirmed but it is a huge number according to report.
A video has emerged on social media that shows the accident scene as the paramedics and emergency services try to help where they could, the damaged vehicles were all over the place, one could count up to five vehicles which could be seen on the video.
The visuals shows a good number of vehicles damaged with people walking around assessing the accident, reports suggests that there is about 70 people who got injured as a result of the crash, there was no number of fatalities reported as of last night, the cause of the accident is yet to be determined but the police investigations will definitely uncover what really happened, it could be anything human errors or reckless driving, which is why there must always be extra caution when people are driving.
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