Road accidents happen every now and then, just breaking one rule of the road could lead to some serious accident and innocent people could lose their lives, some could be left with permant scars and injuries, just because one person has decided to break the law and do what they are not allowed to do when driving, one simple mistake causes a huge accident, that is why drinking and driving is not allowed in South Africa.
Former Kaizer Chiefs winger awas reportedly involved in an accident earlier on Saturday morning, he was reportedly driving while under the influence of alcohol and he was rushed to the hospital.
According to reports, Jabu Pile Mahlangu bumped into a Toyota Quantum with his German made car and he had to be rushed to the hospital for medical attention, his condition is not yet revealed, but reports suggests that he was driving while he had a few drinks.
The accident is believed to have happened somewhere in Benono in Gauteng, as for the passengers of the Quantum, it is not yet clear of there were any fatalities or any injuries, but it is confirmed that the former Bafana Bafana star has been taken to the hospital.
The pictures supplied shows the badly damaged expensive German machine, from the looks of it the two vehicles collided head on and the Toyota Quantum overturned and rolled on its side.
People have opened the files and remembered that Pule was once a heavy drinker, he was once called 'Ngwana wa Tswenya' [Problem Child] during his days at Kaizer Chiefs when he was drinking and decide not to show up for training and during mayc days, he had all sorts of drinking problems that lead to him not playing up to his full potential, he literally drank his career away.
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