Monday, August 24, 2015

1 986 vehicles stopped this past weekend in the Western Cape

Melon Radebe
24 August 2015

Western Cape Traffic Authorities conducted twenty-four roadblocks across the province this past weekend whereby one-thousand-nine-hundred and eighty-six vehicles were stopped and checked.

Meanwhile, during the roadblocks, nine fatalities were recorded on Western Cape roads.

Provincial Traffic Chief Kenny Africa said, “In the Metro we had four pedestrian were knocked down and killed in motor vehicle accidents. One in Plattekloof, another one in Cape Town, one in Phillipi and one Symphony Way.”’

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