- Social media users could not believe their eyes when a user posted several photos of a car involved in a crash
- The pictures show a badly damaged white car on its side as well as an engine and a speedometer with over 200 kilometres on the clock
- Social media users called for South Africans to drive safely as road accidents always increase over the December holiday period
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Peeps were left speechless and stunned after a social media user posted several photos of a horrific car crash.
@kulanicool posted several pictures of the car crash on Twitter with the captioned:
The three images show a speedometer, an engine and the white car lopsided in a ditch.
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With the December festive season upon us South Africans called on road users to take every precaution when it comes to road safety.
“Drive safe ladies and gentlemen!! Speed kills.”
“I have all reasons to believe that speed. Looking at that speedometer.”
“Polo drivers are a problem.”
@Rolivhuwa cracked a joke about the memes being shared.
“That bike video in the comments???”
“Ooh well he asked for it, that speed.”
“Then Zulus be like "uphume engena myocu"."
“It was flying”: Mzansi in disbelief at mysterious car accident, peeps say it happened in Limpopo
Briefly News wrote about a social media account holder who was puzzled by a driver of an SUV that was seen after crashing and veering off the road.
The Twitter user says he has so many questions as he looks at the images.
The stylish car seems to be badly damaged and the condition of the driver remains unclear when it comes to injuries. In one of the images, the driver or the passengers is spotted lying next to the car.
The pictures are causing a stir on the social networking application and some peeps say the incident took place in Limpopo.
The images are shared by @JuksAfrika and some locals say they know the guy survived the crash and some blame the department of transport for not installing road signs on the curvy road.
Source: Briefly News