Road rage on the increase

2017-04-25 07:40
                                                       Photo: suppliedThe scene of the road rage incident on the M13 on Thursday.

Photo: suppliedThe scene of the road rage incident on the M13 on Thursday.

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“The man then swerved his car to overtake me, and drove into the oncoming lane. He swore at me, saying I must get off the road as I was wasting his time,” said Kathy Pillay.

Pillay said the driver was so reckless and impatient he could have caused an accident.

“People need to follow the rules of the road. It’s a pity I was too shaken to get his registration, however, I advise others to make sure they get the details and report such matters to the police.”

Manqele agreed saying road rage will not be tolerated by police and they take such matters seriously.

He said its best to remain calm, and if one can, they should report the incident as soon as possible.



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