Authorities are looking for two cows that made a run for it after the truck transporting them overturned on the M1 south between Corlett and Grayston Drives in Sandton, north of Johannesburg.
An accident just happened now on the M1, Collett Drive off ramp. Causing traffic delays going as far as Marlboro. #SABCNews pic.twitter.com/lhitW2VbG7
— Abongile Dumako (@AbongileDumako) April 28, 2019
There’ve been no reported injuries. JMPD spokesperson Wayne Minnaar has advised motorists to avoid that part of the highway until the accident scene has been cleared.
“A truck which was drawing a trailer transporting cows, four of the cows have been regrouped but two cows have ran off down the embankment. There is also a double cab involved in the accident and obstructing the road, M1 north and south, motorists are requested to look out for the accident scene.”
ER24 paramedics currently on scene where a bakkie towing a trailer with 6 cows has rolled on the M1. No human injuries, but we are assisting with sedating and trying to save the cows from being euthanised. The SPCA, Fire, SAPS, JMPD and other services on scene. Two saved so far. pic.twitter.com/RRrbSb35ZK
— ER24 EMS (Pty) Ltd. (@ER24EMS) April 28, 2019
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