The incident occurred in Hammanskraal at Temba, whereby a school transport driver named Gaddafi scared the learners from Prestige College, this was after the local traffic cops tried to flag him down to conduct the necessary investigations to find out if her was in compliance.
However it seemed like he was not complying with most of the rules and that is the reason he chose to flee instead of stopping for the traffic cops, the children in the taxi could be heard screaming for dear life and for the driver to stop the vehicle so that they can get out because they did not want to be part of his high-speed chase.
Gaddafi kept driving and eventually crashed into the traffic officer’s vehicle after refusing to stop, this incident left learners scared. The traffic officer didn’t let him go as they gave chase of the minibus taxi filled with school children, this is a very incriminating thing to do and the man will have to bear out the charges that have been.
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