Emergency services have cordoned off the scene around Monday morning’s deadly crash in Olifantsfontein that claimed the lives of three people, including two schoolchildren.
It’s understood a taxi carrying 21 pupils crashed into a motorbike on Old Pretoria Road in Midrand.
Ekurhuleni Emergency Services said that the children were en route to school from Tembisa when the collision happened.
Spokesperson William Tladi: “The minibus taxi was ferrying children from Tembisa to a primary school crashed into a motorbike and in that crash, unfortunately, the biker lost his life and two primary school pupils lost their lives as well.”
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