RUN-A-WAY BUS CAUSE HAVOC NEAR BUCCLEUCH INTERCHANGE According to Sanral, the Bus had a…

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RUN-A-WAY BUS CAUSE HAVOC NEAR BUCCLEUCH INTERCHANGE According to Sanral, the Bus had a…

RUN-A-WAY BUS CAUSE HAVOC NEAR BUCCLEUCH INTERCHANGE

According to Sanral, the Bus had a breakdown & stopped to be fixed. Luckily, the Bus driver and all the passengers have disembarked.

But somebody (No.1, the bus driver or No.2 & No.3 etc… one of the mechanics) forgot to engage the handbrake and the bus began to roll back into the fast-flowing traffic.

THE INCIDENT TOOK = 52 Seconds
SANRAL ARRIVED ON SCENE WITHIN = 4 Minutes 34 Seconds
SCENE SECURED (NORTH & SOUTH) = 30 Minutes
BUS REMOVED = 1 Hour 6 Minutes (after incident occurred)
SCENE CLEARED = 1 Hour 47 Minutes

And the moral of the story is: “Even though you don’t expect any vehicles to come from the front because it’s a one-way highway WITH a solid concrete wall as center medium – Keep ya eyes open on da road… Dis leeu wereld!

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5 comments on “RUN-A-WAY BUS CAUSE HAVOC NEAR BUCCLEUCH INTERCHANGE According to Sanral, the Bus had a…

  1. I am ecstatically delighted and disproportionately bewildered with enormous gratification and appreciation for the dispensation of such a tendering and mesmerizing information in which the prestidigitation of the concurrent and subsequent matter is thoroughly demonstrated through the nuances alluding to literal and metaphorical context. It is highly imperative to note that, such is the significance of the aforementioned, distortion in any shape or form will result in catastrophic ramifications to which will be the outcome of epic proportions. Thanks for your perusal.

  2. For a vehicle with no driver, this bus does a very good job at zigzagging from one side of the road to the other and through a central barrier, taking out several cars in the process. Hmmm! Something doesn’t make sense 😒

  3. Shucks…. Can’t imagine what I’d think if I was on motorway and saw a bus coming backwards towards me! 😳 Well done to those who manage to avoid it… And sorry to those who had no time or place to move to…. Hope nobody was hurt.

  4. The “Public Driving Permit (PDP) used to be called a Professional Driving Permit. Clearly we can see any driver not activating a park brake is very public and zero professional…

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