Caller rates N12 pileup as 'most horrific accident Joburg's ever seen'

EWN Reports point to the Emergency Services giving details of how a section of the N12 east at the Voortrekker off-ramp has been closed off following a massive accident, involving over 20 vehicles and a truck this morning.

It’s understood a truck mowed down several cars after failing to stop.

Eyewitnesses have described the scene as horrific: “There are people lying on the ground. One of the cars almost a caught fire. Its hectic. It’s just terrible.”

Listen to a caller Thabo describe the scene on the John Robbie Show and the response from the Joburg Emergency Management Services below:


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