Umgababa: Taxi groups fight

2012-05-16 00:00

UMKOMAAS police are investigating a case of public violence after members of two taxi associations clashed in the Umgababa area on Monday evening.

Colonel Jay Naicker said the clash between the two rival taxi associations left three vehicles damaged and two men sustained injuries when they fell while running away from the fracas.

“One is believed to have fractured his leg while the second hurt his head. They were taken to hospital.”

Naicker added that although it was reported that gunshots were fired, no one sustained bullet wounds.

“Investigations are continuing. Several drivers were charged for road traffic violations,” he added. — WR.

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