His life flashed before his eyes and he was lucky to have got off with the injuries he had: Chad da Don
The accident changed his life.
Image:Gallo Images/City Press/Tebogo LetsieIt's been two years since fans feared the worst after reports of Chad da Don being involved in a horror car crash and the star says his life has never been the same since.Chad was travelling alone in his tour bus when he temporarily lost control of his vehicle and went off the road.
The star's ribs were damaged and he was rushed to hospital.Speaking about the incident this week, he toldAfternoon Express's Jeannie D that his life changed after that moment and he believes he was saved because he has a bigger purpose."The craziest thing is you don't actually feel the fear when it is done, because it has happened. I just woke up in a lot of pain, that is all I remember. Your fear kind of disappears because you realise what life means now. You have been through this traumatic thing but you are alive and you have to be grateful for what you have."
Speaking about the accident on DJ Sabby'sYFMshow months after the crash, Chad said his life flashed before his eyes and he was lucky to have got off with the injuries he had. Read more: Times LIVE »
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