Bryce Moon crash victim’s body shocked paramedics

2011-12-09 07:10

A woman knocked down and killed, allegedly by SuperSport United defender Bryce Moon, sustained injuries similar to that of a victim of a skydiving accident, the Randburg Magistrates’ Court heard today.

Paramedic Matthew Watermeyer said the woman had an open cut from her belly button to her genitals.“You could not tell which tissue was where.”

Watermeyer said he had only seen similar injuries at a skydiving accident and on a pedestrian hit by a bakkie at 140km an hour on a highway.

Mavis Ncube was knocked down while walking to work in Sandhurst, Johannesburg, in 2009.Watermeyer said he was surprised by her injuries as they were not those that could be sustained in a suburban area where the speed limit was 60km an hour.

Watermeyer was the first paramedic to arrive at the accident scene.

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