Saturday, December 27, 2014

Western Cape Traffic Authorities stomp down on road offenders

Oscar Thomas
27 December 2014

The Western Cape Traffic Authorities this past weekend conducted 24 roadblocks of which 1 306 vehicles were stopped and 830 drivers were tested for alcohol.

Provincial Traffic Chief Kenny Africa said last night in the Western Cape Province yet another 20 drunken drivers has been arrested.

The highest reading recorded was 1.18mg per 1000ml and that was in the George region and the total amount of fines issued was R140 000.

The highest speed recording was 102 kmph in an 80 zone on the N2 near Knysna 138 in a 100 zone on the N2 near Swellendam a 138 in an 120 zone on the N1 near Beaufort West.

Meanwhile numerous fatalities have been recorded so over for the weekend. 

Provincial Traffic Chief Kenny Africa said yesterday there were four fatalities reported three pedestrians died in motor vehicle accidents.One in Citrusdal,on in Malmesbury and another one in Ligilethu west.

“Since the start of this festive season a 108 fatalities have been reported which 52 was pedestrians, 28 passengers, 2 motor cyclist, 18 drivers and 2 cyclists Africa added.



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