(Picture of the incident)
A horrific accident occurred on the N3 South Bound on the Peter Brown and Chatterton Road off-ramps in Pietermaritzburg (KwaZulu-Natal Province), unfortunately all occupants who were in the taxi died and other motorists sustained minor to serious injuries.
According to the Flyingnewslive news report, earlier this morning, Saturday, 28 May 2022, two minibus taxis, two trucks, and a bakkie were involved in a horrific collision accident which resulted in one of the taxis bursting into flames, and all the passengers who were inside the taxi burned to death.
The other occupants from other vehicles sustained minor to serious injuries, multiple ambulance services were called to the scene and some were treated for their injuries at the scene and some had to be transported to the hospital, this all occurred on N3 South Bound on the Peter Brown and Chatterton Road off-ramps in Pietermaritzburg.
An official number of people who died in the taxi has not yet been determined.
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