[Listen] Caller Lana gets rammed by blue light brigade on M3

Lana in Newlands says at 6.15 on Thursday evening, while driving home from work along the M3 near Newlands, a blue light brigade convoy clipped her vehicle and didn't even have the decency to stop.

About a 12-car blue light brigade came up at the speed I've never even seen an ambulance drive at. I was on the right-hand side right against the curb. I couldn't go anywhere.

Caller Lana from Newlands

They just came and scraped along the side of my car....and as he passed me to turn in front of me, just hit me, the left front of my car with his right back.

Caller Lana from Newlands

She explains her shock with the kind of arrogance these blue lights display on public roads. She asked other listeners who might have witnessed the accident to come forward and assist her in reporting the matter to the authorities.

She suspects it might have been the President's vehicles.

Listen to Lana explain her ordeal below:

Rick called in to say he did witness the accident and is willing to give witness to the incident. He says it is concerning that the blue lights get away with bullying people on the road.

Listen below:


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