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Ryan Gilkes and Carlos Atwell

Not wrong!

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Two of the three recent accidents involving privately owned public service vehicles (PSVs) are not the fault of their drivers, says the Association of Public Transport Operators (APTO).
Executive member of APTO’s interim committee, Morris Lee, said the association had conducted its own investigations.
“The circumstances relating to the accidents indicate they were not acts of carelessness. One was the fault of a slick from a nearby oilfield, and the other occurred when a car tried to overtake the ZR and struck it.
“As such, our investigations have revealed there is no liability in those matters which can be attributed to those drivers,” Lee said.
Read the full story in today’s DAILY NATION.

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