Another cash van crash leaves one person critically injured

Fidelity has for a second consecutive day refused to respond after deadly accidents involving their vehicles and drivers.
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Fidelity has for a second consecutive day refused to respond after deadly accidents involving their vehicles and drivers.

In the latest incident which took place on Wednesday morning along 35th and 39th avenues near Clarke Estate, Elsies River, a cash van and a Ford Fiesta collided.

The van flipped on its roof and one person was injured and taken to hospital.

City of Cape Town’s Traffic spokesperson, Maxine Bezuidenhout, says the driver of the Fidelity cash van apparently jumped the red robot, resulting in a collision.

On Monday, the driver of a Fidelity Security van allegedly jumped a red robot and ploughed into a family car. The incident happened  in Jordaan Street in Manenberg.

Mymoena Adams, 46, and her husband, Abdul- Karriem, had been inside the vehicle with their son, Abubaker.

Mymoena was declared dead on the scene, while her husband was rushed to hospital with serious injuries.

Following the two incidents, Fidelity is yet to respond, a woman who answered the phone at Fidelity yesterday, asked reporters to call back as she was not aware of either incidents.

More: dailyvoice

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