Driver dies as motorbike collides with Toyota Noah

Driver dies as motorbike collides with Toyota Noah
Published: 18 May 2017 (793 Views)
One person died when a motorbike bike he was riding collided with a Toyota Noah injuring three at GMB Mvurwi yesterday.
 
Sources close to investigations allege the motorbike crushed with the vehicle killing the cyclist on the spot.

"The motorbike driver died on the spot and three people who were in the Noah are seriously injured and admitted at Mvurwi hospital," said the source.

Police is withholding the name of the deceased until his next of keen are informed.

This accident comes four days after another cyclist was  hit to death by a Delta truck  in Centenary.

Accidents are in prevalent in Mashonaland Central and police is urging road users to be very vigilant when using the roads.

- Byo24News

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