Car Rams Into CBD Shop . . .With children on board
A car with children on-board rammed into a Harare city center shop while speeding on a one-way road on Independence Day.
The accident occurred on Saturday evening at the corner of Chinhoyi Street and Charter Road junction and the family (name withheld) was driving in a Toyota Harrier. Robson Muromba, a witness, said children limped out of the car after a tow truck came to rescue the family.
“The driver was speeding on a one way — Chinhoyi Street — and he failed to maneuver the car at the junction. “There are pillars before the shop but they were all destroyed since the vehicle was speeding.
“I saw children limping out of the car and tried to help them. Then a recovery car was called in to assist. “The owners of the shop were also at the scene after being called by the guards,” said Muromba.
A security guard who preferred anonymity told H-Metro that he has witnessed a lot of accidents at the junction despite the markings and pillars erected to avoid accidents. “We were lucky it happened opposite the premises we guard but a lot of cars have been ramming into shops around here.
“These kind of people who drive around this late with children onboard are insensible,” he said.
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