Last Wednesday, a truck reportedly overturned on the N1 near the Koeberg interchange. The blue shipping container landed on the vehicle that a man and his step son were in. Both were crushed in the accident.
According to provincial traffic spokesperson Kenny Africa, the driver survived but died later after being rushed to hospital.
But the twist in this incident is that the co-owner of Container Domestic Services, Jet Peters, is still trying to wrap his head around last Wednesday’s occurrence.
Trying to come to terms with the death of the driver, Peters said: "We know our equipment was 100%.
"We deal with blue chip clients and everything must be perfect."
According to news24, Peters is reportedly frustrated that the investigation is taking so long and seeks answers.
Peters mentions that he had the container weighed himself, at his own expense after the accident. He therefore wants to know why the authorities have not yet taken it to the testing grounds.
He also asks that the authorities inspect the CCTV footage of the accident from the freeway cameras so that they can get closure, news24 reports.
According to police spokesperson Captain FC Van Wyk, investigators were still in the process of obtaining the CCTV footage and vehicle testing has already been arranged.