Man breaks leg in Nandi Drive crash

The worker smashed through the fence.

A MAN has broken his leg after crashing through a fence on Queen Nandi Drive. According to Kyle van Reenen, the man, who is 27-years-old lost control of the vehicle and crashed into the fence. The incident occurred just before lunchtime on Thursday. It is believed he works in a car repair shop.

“The worker was driving the BMW in the yard when he lost control and crashed through the fence. It is believed the accelerator jammed causing the car to crash through the fence. He broke his leg near the ankle in the crash. Netcare 911 and Marshall Security were on scene to help the worker,” he said.

According to Chris Botha, Netcare 911 spokesman, the man is in a serious condition.

“Reports from the incident indicate that the driver was trying to pull the vehicle into the workshops when he drove through the fence. Paramedics arrived at the scene and found the man had sustained serious injuries. Medics stabilised the man at the scene before he was transported to a nearby hospital,” he said.

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