- Horrific photos showing the aftermath of an accident have surfaced on social media
- According to reports, the driver was allegedly driving drunk when he crashed his Porsche into a police van over the weekend
- South Africans flooded the comment section with their views on the accident
Over the weekend, an alleged drunk driver crashed into a police van. Yusuf Abramjee took to social media to share photos of the accident.
Abramjee revealed the incident took place in Honeydew, Johannesburg. No fatalities were reported but it was stated that a police officer was trapped inside the wreckage and had to be cut out.
Abramjee captioned the post:
"Alleged drunk driver crashed into a police vehicle in Honeydew JHB. One cop was trapped and had to be freed."
Take a look at Abramjee's post below:
Thousands of SA social media users reacted to the pics and many gave their two cents' worth in the comment section.
While some reacted to the post in a serious tone others had jokes, comparing Porsche drivers to Polo drivers.
Professor JP Mahlangu, @ProfMahlangu, commented:
"The cops and traffic officials must stop this thing of parking on the road side. It’s dangerous and breaking the law, no one will erect a statue of a deceased police or traffic officer for endangering their life’s because they were spying on motorists with their cameras."
Karabo Legodi, who goes by the Twitter handle @MrKarabo_Legodi, wrote:
"Insurance won't pay. Let's hope he bought it cash. A relief that both parties involved in the accident are not harmed. A harsh lesson for the drunk driver. A man of his calliber can afford Uber/Taxify/Goodfellas."
In other news, a viral video showed a truck driver causing an accident. Briefly.co.za reported the driver was caught on video being reckless while on route to his destination.
Two angles of the incident show the driver texting and not paying attention to the road before slamming into another truck.
The video gathered over 34 000 views and South Africans condemned the driver's disregard for his own safety as well as that of other motorists.
The post was captioned:
"Sometimes people think they're experts when they text and drive..."
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