The Gauteng division of streets and transport has required a dire examination concerning a transport fire which killed six individuals on Friday.
At any rate 57 others were harmed, one basically.
City of Tshwane crisis administrations representative Charles Mabaso said they got a call about a transport ablaze close to Roodeplaat Dam at about 1.52pm on Friday.
Firemen discovered 14 patients requiring treatment and got reports that others had effectively been taken to clinic by private ambulances.
"Of the 14 patients, 11 endured minor wounds, two supported moderate wounds, and one female patient must be transported to Milpark Hospital in a basic condition," said Mabaso.
"During the chilling off of the copying transport subsequent to quenching the blast, firemen found what resembled roasted human remaining parts. Upon additional examination, it was found that six of the workers were singed to the point of being unrecognizable."
Commonplace public vehicle and streets foundation MEC Jacob Mamabolo said law-requirement offices expected to direct an exhaustive examination.
"Just realities about the reasons for this appalling mishap will provide families the sense of finality they need during this troublesome time. We approach law requirement offices to completely research the reason for this mishap.
"We likewise send our profound, sincere sympathies to families and friends and family of the individuals who lost their lives in this unfortunate mishap. We wish those harmed a rapid recuperation," Mamabolo said.
The reason for the fire isn't known.
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