Collision at Allen Street and Drakensberg Drive intersection

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Traffic flow was slightly hampered at the Allen Street and Drakensberg Drive intersection on Thursday morning, 30 June 2022. This was after two cars collided shortly after 7 am.

While the circumstances around the collision are still unclear, according to a source on the scene, the white VW Polo was driving down Allen Street, towards the CBD.

Yet, after the motorist drove through the intersection, the motorist in a red VW Polo allegedly attempted to turn into Drakensberg Drive, resulting in the two vehicles colliding.

Fortunately, no serious injuries were reported at the scene.

Police investigations are underway, and motorists are urged to practice caution.

Did you see the incident and were you late for work?

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3 thoughts on “Collision at Allen Street and Drakensberg Drive intersection

  1. The traffic officers need to arrest the drivers who simply drive across red robots. The drivers in Newcastke are selffish and think they are the only ones on the road. Loadshedding makes it worse. The municipality must consider solarpanels for the robots.

  2. THAT IS THE MOST DANGEROUS INTERSECTION, LOADSHEDDING OR NOT DRIVERS ARE RECKLESS AND SELFISH AS THEY ALWAYS WANT TO RUSH AND PUT OTHERS LIVES AT RISK.. WHERE THERE IS A LANE TO GO STRAIGHT THEY MAKE THEIR OWN RULE AND TURN RIGHT….IM SEEING THIS EVERY SINGLE DAY. JUST THOUGHT ABOUT THIS IN THE MORNING IF THERE WOULD BE A CHANCE OF COPSTO BE THERE EVERY DAY AND LEARN THIS PEOPLE A LESSON FOR ONCE AND ALL.

  3. We c with loadshedding, no cars stop at the robots, traffic officials should be there during loadshedding.

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