Taxi passengers were lucky enough to escape while the taxi was on fire. However, they had injuries as they had to jump while the taxi was still moving.
According to Arrive Alive, a total of four people were injured when the taxi they were traveling with caught fire.
It was reported that the incident took place at Umdloti Beach road, which is not that far from Waterloo in KwaZulu-Natal.
People who witnessed the incident quickly contacted the Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA), as they were seeking for assistance.
When Reaction Unit South Africa arrived in the place of the incident, they discovered that a Toyota Hiace was completely burned.
They also discovered four people who were injured near the taxi. It was reported that they were injured while they trying to escape from a moving taxi.
The firefighters from Durban did extinguish the taxi, however, it was completely burned.
The investigators are still trying to find out what really started the fire.
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