Residents of Bushbuckridge have been witnessing tragic accident lately but today they were all left shuttered.Apparently an accident just happened a while ago on the R40 near Ga-Josefa.According to residents, the area is a high zone accident and many people have lost their lives.Eventually the horrific accident involves a truck and a Polo sedan.Sadly four (4) people died at the scene and all from the Polo saden, the truck driver was unharmed.
Seemingly the Polo sedan was speeding and lost control which ended up colliding with an upcoming truck head-on.
According to witnesses, the accident is very traumatizing as the Polo sedan was torn apart and passangers were badly injured.Resident are still shocked yet they claim that the spot has killed many people this year.Many horrific accidents happen right on the spot and people don't survive.
Residents are concerned that spot is dangerous and plead the government to cut the trees and also chase the trucks frim using the R40.
Source: Immaculate Media
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