Photo Courtesy; Image from the scene.
Ugly Scene was witnessed as a speeding car whose registration number has been identified as KCP 619T knocked down a school girl before speeding off leaving her for dead.
According to the information shared by Sikika Road Safety, the driver of the mentioned car after knocking down the school going child, did not stop to check on her situation but instead drove off.
It was a samaritan who would come to the rescue of the young girl and took her to St. Terasa hospital where she is receiving treatment.
Sikika Road Safety now wants the National Police Service to get into this matter and help the family of the young girl.
The accident is reported to have happened at Kwandonga. The driver who knocked the girl down has been warned that he may run but the law will catch up with him.
It is in accordance to the law that when a driver causes an accident, he is expected to stop and if possible rush the victims to hospital.
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