Back room crashed into in hit-and-run

The grey Audi that went through Mzizi’s yard and crashed into the wall of the back room the belongs to Mpho Mzizi.

BOIPATONG. – A 45-year-old woman’s back room was demolished as a child was hit-and-run by a car on Sunday at Boipatong. A case of reckless driving has been opened by Boipatong Police. Police spokesperson Sergeant Thembeka Koago confirms the case reports. The accident took place on Big Street, Mamelodi . Apparently two cars were involved in this accident that wrought havoc in people’s lives. A bystander claims that a white car did not stop at a stop street, which is what caused the crash.

“The white car did not stop but crashed into the gray Audi that lost control and went through a fence and hit the back room of a house that belongs to 45-year-old Mpho Mzizi,” said the bystander.
The end result was terrible, which led to the Audi going through property, while a white car hit a pedestrian on the sidewalk. Much damage was incurred by this incident. First a child was walking on the sidewalk and was hit-and-run. Secondly the white car allegedly did not stop or apply the rules of the road.

Police spokesperson Sergeant Thembeka Koago confirmed that a case of reckless and negligent driving had been opened. One suspect has appeared at the Vanderbijlpark Magistrates Court on Monday.
“I cannot explain how I feel, but I hope and pray that the other suspects who caused all this could be arrested and brought to police books. I don’t have a place to sleep. Rain is unpredictable while there is a child that nearly lost life. It is totally unfair that motorists do not respect the laws of the road,” said the frustrated Mzizi.

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