Twenty-five people have been arrested for drunk driving on Western Cape roads since the start of the...
Twenty-five people have been arrested for drunk driving on Western Cape roads since the start of the weekend. Provincial Traffic Chief, Kenny Africa, says they also issued fines to the value of around 174-thousand rand for various vehicle and traffic
related offences. He says 13 fatalities have been recorded on the province's roads so far this weekend. He says seven of the deaths occurred in two separate incidents on the N1 near Rawsonville "In a head-on collision outside the Rawsonville weigh bridge on the N1 a female passenger in one of the vehicles died and two other passengers in the other vehicle also lost their lives. Then about 800 metres away from this accident another incident happened where
two trucks and a light motor vehicle was involved in a crash. The occupants of the light motor vehicle, four women, died in this crash."
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