A horrific collision accident occurred on the N2 road in the Nseleni area, Richards bay (KZN) the incident has claimed a life of a taxi driver.
According to the flyingnewslive Facebook post, a 35 year old taxi driver collided head-on with a bus and lost his life earlier today 10 August 2021 on the N2 in the Nseleni area, Richards Bay ( KZN ) nine other people were seriously injured and had to be taken to the hospital by paramedics.
According to the statements given by people who were at the scene, it's alleged that the taxi driver was trying to avoid an overtaking bakkie carrying school children when he lost control of the taxi and collided head-on into a bus, unfortunately the taxi driver could not be saved because he was trapped inside the taxi.
The horrific incident left the people who were at the scene completely shocked about what had just happened, a witness took a video of the horrific aftermath of the incident the video footage of the incident has been trending on social media it can be watched on the link below.
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