I AM curious about the truck that overturned on the N2 freeway near the Stanford Road on-ramp on Saturday morning August 25. The caption under the photo in The Herald mentions that the truck ploughed down an embankment to land on its left side.
Perhaps this is not the complete explanation?
Recently, there has been work done on the road surface and a large section of the right hand lane was excavated and re-filled. Driving along the N2 on this very section, I was perturbed at how the bumps in the road were even more pronounced now, and where the road was excavated, there is a very large bump which could possibly have acted like a ramp when the truck went over it at speed and flipped the cab over onto its left hand side.
Just wondering (name supplied), Port Elizabeth