Expert: It's possible Moon couldn't avoid crash
The state is expected to conclude its cross-examination of an accident expert in the Bryce Moon trial.
JOHANNESBURG - An accident-reconstruction expert on Tuesday told the Randburg Magistrate's Court it was impossible to determine exactly what happened on the day Bryce Moon hit and killed a pedestrian in Sandown, north of Johannesburg.
The former Bafana Bafana player faces several charges, including murder, after he hit Mavis Ncube with his Mercedez Benz in June 2009, while she was walking along Katherine Street with her cousin Thandi Sibanda.
Accident-reconstruction expert Wilma Badenhorst said the physical evidence collected from the scene was not sufficient to prove Moon was to blame for the murder.
She disputed evidence submitted by a previous expert, who concluded Moon was speeding.
She said if it was true that Ncube and her cousin ran into the road, it was unlikely Moon could have avoided the accident.
Moon's family nodded when she said that.
The state is expected to conclude its cross-examination of the expert on Wednesday.