- A video clip of one VW polo driving over partygoers in Pretoria has social media users shook
- In the clip, a group of men can be seen fighting before being flung over by the car
- Mzansi speculates everyone involved in the incident was way too drunk to think straight
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Pretoria party-goers got a lot more than they bargained for after a fight broke out on the streets of Hatfield. A video of the incident has peeps at the edge of their seats especially after a VW driver rammed through the brawling gents.
Heading online, Twitter user @Lucky_Nhlanhla_ shared the gruesome clip.
"Hatfield always has drama," they captioned the post.
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In the video, a group of men can be seen having it out on an empty street before a white VW unexpectedly bulldozes the crowd of agitated party goers.
At least two pedestrians are ploughed into the air while one victim seems to have been run over by the vehicle.
Naturally, social media users were left shocked by the clip. Check out some of the reactions below:
"Guys NO. why didn't the driver stop?"
"Legally the driver is not guilty but how can he not have a heart at all? After bumping the 1st round he could have stopped but chose to carry on. Where's the humanity."
"People pointing out KFC buckets and making jokes about the situation, these are human beings have some respect for yourself."
"What if the driver thought they were trying to hijack him? You don't just stop at night in PTA."
"These guys were fighting and the polo driver was part of the other gang. This is clear."
"Hatfield CID, these cameras and plate recognition will bring all to book, this behaviour is barbaric. Lockdown levels were to avoid all this crap."
Teen, 14, crashes dad's BMW into a taxi, more than 20 school kids injured
In related news, Briefly News previously reported that on Thursday morning, 21 October, a minibus taxi collided with an SUV that led to 23 school children sustaining both minor and serious injuries on Mafukuzela Road in Ntuzuma, north of Durban.
The accident happened at around 7:30 am while the children were on their way to school.
Speaking to Briefly News, Prem Balram, Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) spokesperson, stated that a 14-year-old had been driving his father's BMW when he lost control and collided with the taxi.
Balram added that neither the driver of the minibus taxi nor the teenager was injured. He explained that the children sustained injuries because of the impact of the accident but no child was thrown out of the vehicle.
Netcare 911 spokesperson Shawn Herbst says paramedics treated the children at the scene of the accident before they were taken to hospital to receive further care, according to The Witness.
Source: Briefly News