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SUNDOWNS CEO IN NEAR FATAL ACCIDENT

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MBABANE – Denver Sundowns Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Elvis Dube is lucky to be alive, after surviving a near fatal accident on Sunday.


This is after the car that he was driving, a light blue Honda Fit, was hit by an oncoming car. Dube was turning to Mabiya road crossing to the Thuntini Royal Kraal, when the oncoming speeding car hit the car he was driving. The car he was driving was his brother’s.
According to an eyewitness, there were two people in the car that was driven by Dube. The eyewitness said that Dube indicated to signal that he was branching to the other direction, but the speeding car, which was following a Toyota Quantum, did not stop.
It was said that the car hit the Honda Fit before it skidded 100m away from the accident scene.


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The eyewitness said that the accident looked fatal as both cars were badly damaged but the occupants were left unharmed. The Royal Eswatini Police Service (REPS) officers came to the scene soon after it happened and attended to the unfortunate situation.
Reached for comment, Dube confirmed that he was involved in an accident at a place called Nkambeni on Sunday.
“We were lucky to be alive after an oncoming car hit our car hard on the side. We were taken to Dvokolwako Health Centre and later discharged,” said Dube.

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