Monday, March 24, 2014

Five people died on Western Cape roads over long weekend

Mluleki Mrwebi
24 March 2014

The Western Cape Traffic Authorities this past long weekend conducted 24 roadblocks of which 2 489 vehicles were stopped and 1031 drivers were tested for alcohol. 

Provincial Traffic Chief Kenny Africa said 29 drunk drivers were arrested and the highest alcohol reading was recorded in Worcester.

Africa said there was also three persons arrested for negligent driving and two people arrested for being in false documentation. And the total amount that was issued R 165 600.

During the roadblocks 1 189 drivers were prosecuted for exceeding the speed limit.

The highest speed was recorded in Brackenfell the driver was going at 186km/per hour in a 120km zone.

Provincial Traffic Chief Kenny Africa said five people died on Western Cape roads over the long weekend.

Africa said during the long weekend the number deaths stands at five. 

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