Police advise donkey cart drivers on road visibility

Donkey cart PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Donkey cart PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

The police have pleaded with donkey cart drivers to consider being visible on the road to avoid vehicle/donkey cart accidents.

The call follows an accident that recently occurred between Mosolotshane and Moiyabana villages in which two donkey carts were involved in an accident with a Toyota Vitz at around midnight along the Lephephe-Serowe road.

Serowe Police Station Commander, Superintendent Poloko Oteng raised the concern. Oteng told The Monitor that a majority of donkey carts lack basic safety features such as reflectors and lights making it difficult to be visible at night hence posing a serious risk to the owners and motorists. “We do not know what caused the accident but luckily there were no fatalities.

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