Eleven people were injured when two taxis collided near Durban on Monday morning.
ALS Paramedics spokesperson Garrith Jamieson said the accident took place at around 6am in Rossburgh, just outside the city.
“Two taxis had collided in a T-bone format,” he said.
Jamieson said several people were found lying in the road.
“A triage was immediately set up and more ambulances and paramedics were dispatched to assist.
“Eleven patients suffered injuries and were stabilised at the scene before being transported to hospital.”
Jamieson said the cause of the accident will be investigated.