Taxi violence in Jeffreys Bay

2015-07-30 06:00
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Taxi vilionce erupts in JBay. 

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VERSKAF

: Taxi vilionce erupts in JBay. Photo: VERSKAF

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A fight between suspected rival taxi associations occurred in the parking lot of the Tokyo Sexwale stadium, near the traffic circle, on July 27.

According to witnesses on the scene, one taxi association began to load passengers, which led to another taxi association storming down towards the car park, and a fight broke out.

At least two men were injured during the fight, one with a possible knife wound. No guns were used during the incident.

The Jeffreys Bay Police responded rapidly and brought the situation under control.

No further information is available at this time

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