2nd accident at KZN crash scene

2010-09-10 09:23
Durban - Twenty eight people were injured in KwaMashu, Durban on Friday in yet another minibus taxi crash.

Netcare 911 spokesperson Jeff Wicks said a fully laden minibus and a bakkie crashed into each other on the Durban-bound carriageway of the M25 near the Bridge City shopping complex.

Both vehicles veered off the road. Twenty-four people from the taxi and bakkie managed to remove themselves from the wreckage.

While paramedics were attending to them, a bus crashed into a car which had slowed to view the accident.

"Four occupants of the car were injured as the vehicle was pushed from the road."

The injured were stabilised and transported to various hospitals and clinics.

On Thursday President Jacob Zuma expressed concern over the recent spate of accidents involving minibus taxis.

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