A 14-year-old boy is the talk of the town. People are asking questions this comes after this young man nearly killed learners after the taxi that he was driving collided with a vehicle. In South Africa, A person who is below 18 years of age is regarded as a minor, and that person is not allowed to drive or transport people. But somehow this 14-year-old was driving a taxi.
According to the report, this 14-year-old lost control "A 14-year-old lost control of the taxi injured 23 school learners Kwamashu in Durban, a minibus and vehicle collision" Reported Advovolicious. People were left with so many unanswered questions and wondering how did a minor was even driving a taxi in the first place.The rate of road accidents is on the rise and it is now crystal clear that traffic offers have to be extra vigilant on the road because clearly, some people are being reckless with their cars. People are still digesting the story of this 14-year-old not who nearly killed the learners "What a 14-year-old doing, driving in the first place" asked a Twitter user. "A 14-year-old driving a taxi??" Asked a Twitter user.
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