11.11.2019 10:26 am
Jannie van Niekerk suffered a shattered left arm and torn ligaments in his right leg as a result of the accident.
A 34-year-old Montana resident is recovering in hospital after he was struck by a car on Saturday afternoon, in Annlin, Pretoria, reports Pretoria North Rekord.
Between January and October, the province has seen 2,155 road fatalities as compared to 2,077 during the same period last year, with 48% being pedestrians.
‘It is understood that the man’s friend had retrieved his body.’
According to Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa, a total of 17 people lost their lives on roads in the province over the weekend.
The driver was taken to Unitas Hospital after sustaining moderate injuries in the crash.
The man reportedly sustained critical injuries and was transported to hospital.
On Tuesday, it emerged that the three were British tourists and senior managers at A Rocha International, a Christian organisation.
The driver of a taxi transporting children to school lost control and crashed, leaving 23 injured, mostly children.
The accident happened on the N2 at the Blue Water Bay Bridge, towards Grahamstown, on Monday at about 11.45am.
Sinethemba Jacobs and Olwethu Makenese, from Ekuphumleni Secondary School, went missing in the surf at Eastern Beach in East London on Sunday morning.
One person was killed and five others injured, including four children, when three vehicles collided on the R59 between Vereeniging and Vaalpark.
Police have opened an investigation.
The motorist did not sustain any injuries.