What is a long weekend really without learning of a horrific accident involving a Vw Polo? Are the drivers to blame or is it because the cars are just too many on our roads?
The Easter weekend is one of the busiest weekends and people travel to various directions, and it usually has its fair share of horrific accidents, and this one is not short of that. The weather too is contributing to such.
In the early hours of Saturday morning in Sekgosese, Limpopo, a driver of a blue Vw Polo has lost his life after crashing into a tree. It is reported that a speeding driver lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a tree and was subsequently ejected from his vehicle.
He succumbed to his injuries at the scene of the accident. The police have reportedly confirmed that reckless driving, negligence and speeding are suspected to be the cause of the accident.
The accident took place at the D11 road in Sekgosese, near Lemondokop under the Greater Letaba Municipality.
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