Muso Ntando Bangani opens up about the accident that changed his life

Muso Ntando Bangani opens up about the accident that changed his life

Ntando Bangani escaped aliv from a recent car accident and now has a new appreciation and gratitude for life. The crash was a bad one but claimed no lives despite Ntando's vehicle being written off.

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Ntando Bangani was involved in a car accident just a few days ago, but he walked away alive and very grateful.

According to TshisaLIVE, the other person involved in the crash was also lucky enough to avoid any serious injuries.

Both were considerably and understandably shocked after the accident though.

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Briefly.co.za learnt that Ntando was making his way through a robot at an intersection when a vehicle with a female driver collided on his right side. It was reported that her brakes apparently failed.

Ntando has a whole new appreciation for life and is grateful to be alive after this close call.

"The accident was quite bad, it shocked me. The impact was significant to the extent of airbags coming out and all that. The car is a write-off."

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The musician now experiences the little things in his life differently, thinking of how he could have missed out on so much if he lost his life in the horrific incident.

"I don't know how to explain it, but it really does make you appreciate life, being alive. Because one second I was just driving, going to studio and minding my own business, and the next second, out of nowhere there was this big bang that could have ended my life.
"Now as I sit here looking at my son, like woah, I could have died. To think I would have missed these moments like being with my family. It really does open your eyes. I have a renewed appreciation for life

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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