Easter Weekend has the highest number of fatalities on the calendar. During the Easter weekend people move around a lot for various reasons.
There are those who go home to be with family, those who go to pilgrimages and those who go out with friends for a drink and a good time.
A Polo driver lost control of his vehicle last night in Solomondale, Limpopo outside Polokwane. The driver was driving with a 32 year old passenger. Unfortunately the passenger lost his life from the accident.
Unconfirmed reports suggest that the driver of the VW Polo was speeding when he lost control of the vehicle. The driver escaped with minor injuries after the accident.
It is true what they always say that speed and drinking and driving are the main causes of fatalities on our roads. Couple that with disregard of road signs and robots.
The Easter Weekend still remain the deadliest time on the calendar, many people lose their lives unnecessarily during this period.
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