Turnbull was racing another car before deadly crash, witness claims

An eyewitness to the fatal car crash outside Port Alfred which claimed the lives of three people – including East London assault accused Andrew Turnbull – claims to have seen Turnbull’s Jaguar dicing with another vehicle prior to the collision.
The crash outside Port Alfred on Sunday not only claimed the life of Turnbull, 42, and his friend former Selborne College pupil Ryan Byrne, 19, but also an 87-year-old grandmother driving to her retirement home in Kenton-on-Sea.
While Byrne and grandmother Beulah Booysen, whose Mercedes collided head-on with Turnbull’s Jaguar allegedly being driven at 260km/h, were killed instantly, Turnbull, of East London, died from his injuries overnight. Booysen had been visiting family in Port Alfred on Sunday and was driving back to Kenton when her car collided with Turnbull’s Jaguar soon after 2pm. Booysen’s son, Murray Booysen, chose not to comment.
But according to a witness, who asked not to be identified, a third car was involved in the lead-up to the crash...

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