The victim was attending to an earlier accident on Sunday morning when he was struck by two other vehicles

A member of the Johannesburg Emergency Services (EMS) has been killed on the N1 South in Midrand.

Metro police Chief Wayne Minnaar says the victim had responded to an earlier accident around 5 O’clock on Sunday morning, and was knocked down by two other vehicles.

Minnaar says a case of culpable homicide will be investigated.

“A member of the EMS was bumped over and killed at an accident on the N1 South in Midrand he was at an accident involving a polo when a Toyota and Peugeot bumped over the safety beacons and killed him,” says Minnaar.

The incident comes a few weeks after a metro policeman was struck by a drunk driver after pulling another vehicle over at the Buccleuch Interchange on the N1 North.

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