Taxi-train collision leaves fourteen dead in South Africa

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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Fourteen people have been killed in an accident on the N2 highway in KwaZulu-Natal.

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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – Fourteen people have been killed in an accident on the N2 highway in KwaZulu-Natal.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) are on the scene this evening where a minibus taxi crashed into a train.

Paramedics say at least six other people have been injured.

EMS spokesperson Robert McKenzie said, “The incident occurred at Shakas Head on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast. Circumstances resulting in the accident are not known at this stage.”

Earlier on the same highway, another taxi crashed into a bakkie, killing two people and injuring 32 others.

Netcare 911’s Chris Botha said, “Paramedics traveled to the scene to stabilize the injured and transported them to various hospitals for further care.”

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