KwaZulu-Natal police are trying to determine the cause of an accident that left 18 people injured in Durban, South Africa on Saturday morning.
According to ALS Paramedics Medical Services, its team responded to an “accident on Wiltshire Road just before 8 a.m.” involving a taxi and a car.
“ALS Paramedics Medical Services arrived on the scene to find total carnage,” the emergency service said.
“A fully loaded taxi and a light motor vehicle had collided head-on.
“Multiple people were found to be injured and immediately more ambulances and advanced life support paramedics were dispatched to the scene,
“Eighteen people who sustained injuries ranging from moderate to serious were stabilised on the scene before being transported to various hospitals.
“At this stage the events leading to the accident are unknown. However, SAPS will investigate further.”