23 Scholars suffered mild to critical injuries after a 14 year old joyrider crashed into the mini bus transporting them to school this morning (Thursday).
Residents from Sibisi Street in Kwa Mashu, L Section - KZN contacted Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) requesting assistance for the injured. Reaction Officers and RUSA Medics were immediately dispatched and arrived on scene at 07:21.
An angry mob gathered at the scene and threatened to assault the driver of the white BMW X3 who was believed to be responsible for the collision. The teenager allegedly stole his father's vehicle and was on a joyride when he collided into the side of the mini bus. He was taken into Police custody. The injured scholars aged between 5 & 11 were from different schools.
Paramedics from various ambulance services stabilized the injured on scene before transporting them to medical facilities.
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