A man who was transporting sacrificial goats in the boot of his car when he got into a crash. The incident happened on Todd street in Verulam - KZN when the driver crashed into two vehicles before slamming into a tree.
According to reports, the driver carrying the goats was driving under the influence of alcohol. It was established that a silver Toyota Corolla crashed into the back of a stationary blue VW Golf, prompting it to crash into a grey Kia Picanto in front of it.
The driver of the white Toyota Corolla reportedly reversed and crashed into a tree. Members of Reaction Unit South Africa(RUSA) arrived on the scene and after assessing the situation, it was determined that the occupants of all three vehicles and the goat were unhurt.
The incident was reportedly handed over to Verulam SAPS for further investigation. When the incident was posted on social media, many people reacted to it.
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