Near-crash between Ontario snowplow and two trucks caught on ...
Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) say the terrifying video footage of a near-miss head-on collision between two semi trucks and a snowplow near Nipigon, ON could lead to charges being laid. The potentially deadly disaster was captured on dash cam , as a surprised trucker suddenly finds himself face to face with an oncoming tractor-trailer attempting a dangerous pass around a snowplow. Police say the incident occurred along Highway 11 (just north of...
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55 deaths in 3 accidents caused by human error – RTMC
The deaths of 55 people in three accidents the past two weeks were caused by human error, the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) has said, adding that an attitude change was needed.
“We are saddened and concerned that these accidents are as a result of driver error,” RTMC acting CEO Gilberto Martins said yesterday.
“We are concerned when we find that it is a human element that caused the accidents and that will only come right if the humans change their attitudes to driving.”
Yesterday afternoon, at least 14 people died and five were injured when a minibus taxi crashed into a stationary truck near Umkomaas, in KwaZulu-Natal, paramedics said.
Earlier in the day, 11 people died and 47 were injured when a bus and a Toyota Corolla collided on the N1, near Makhado in Limpopo.
Ten days ago, 29 people died and 30 were injured when a bus collided with a truck on the Moloto road near Kwaggafontein in Mpumalanga.
Martins said it was important for the public to work with traffic officials and to report unroadworthy vehicles and drivers who speed.