Serious vehicle accident on the N1 at Yesterberg. 2 People died on scene and another 3 injured.
By Heist.money | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 1450 views
Serious vehicle accident on the N1 at Ysterberg. 2 People died on scene and another 3 sustained light injuries.
It is reported that a speeding sedan hit a truck head side that resulted in a multivehicle accident.
Please expect delays, Limpopo province has been cursed with accidents on the road, a week doesn't pass by you don't see an accident that has claimed the lives of other people in Limpopo.
It is alleged that the people in Limpopo like speeding on the road and there are lot of roads which are very straight so joyriders are encouraged to speed on the road but this is a very bad idea, most often than not they crashed a vehicle and perish.
It is believed that these young drivers tend to speed on the road and cause accidents with an experience, but it is also available at this trucks and taxis which have always been on the road cuz no more stories of friends because they’re always rushing to somewhere.
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