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Mutare Accident: Police Arrest Beta Bus Driver

Mutare Accident: Police Arrest Beta Bus Driver

The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has confirmed the arrest of a Beta bus driver who disappeared when the bus he was driving was involved in a head-on collision with a fuel tanker and killed five (5) people.

Police say Philip Tawanda Chirindo surrendered himself to the police on Wednesday. Pindula News presents a police statement on the development:

The ZRP confirms the arrest of Philip Tawanda Chirindo (34), the driver of a Beta Bus who escaped after a fatal road traffic accident involving a Freightliner fuel tanker and a Yutong bus which occurred on 24/12/21 at the 242 km peg along Harare- Mutare Rd.

The suspect who is being charged for Contravening Section 49 of the Criminal Law (Codification & Reform) Act Chapter 9:23 a.r.w section 64 (3) of the Rd Traffic Act Chapter 11: 13 ‘Culpable Homicide’, surrendered himself to the Police on 29/12/21 and will appear in court soon.

Witnesses said Chirindo encroached on the oncoming traffic lane in a bid to avoid a drunken pedestrian and in the process the bus collided with the tanker.

The tanker burst into flames torching the bus that was also reduced to wrecks.

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4 Comments

Chikandamina 4 months ago

Agona aenda KU police.


007 4 months ago

Head on collision asi iye ari safe..... I mbinga yepa road checheu


Tanaka21 4 months ago

I don see an prob abt his action, he was trying to avoid loss of life, n unfortunately it wasn't ment t b n collided with on coming.


Bright 4 months ago

Haa mweya yevanhu vakafa ahiite ma fani manje



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