School Girl And Baby Killed In Alleged KwaZulu-Natal Taxi-War. The both of them ran to the scene of the incident after the paramedics called for help.
A 10-month old baby and a school girl were part of the three people that were shot when a taxi was moving from KwaNyuswa and Cato Ridge, in KwaZulu-Natal, was gunned down when it was moving at Eddi Hagan Drive. The event happened on Wednesday. Brad Nathanson, a private investigator, and his wife are both familiar with first aid.
The both of them ran to the scene of the incident after the paramedics called for help. The private investigator reportedly says the gunning may be connected to the taxi-war for routes that is busy going on. According to the private investigator the taxi had several bullets on the driver’s side of the vehicle. The baby’s brother was only grazed by the head. The private investigator claims that the gun used was an AK-47.
“The driver’s side of the taxi was riddled with bullet holes. Cartridges on the ground told me that an AK-47 had been the weapon of destruction. In the taxi lay a school-girl, her young body contorted by the bullets that had ripped through her killing her likely instantly . A young man’s body lay crumpled in front of the sliding door. It was obvious by the way that his body lay that he had attempted to flee from the gunfire. A baby who, if not for a single gunshot wound, would otherwise have looked like she was only sleeping . Her young brother had a gunshot wound to the back of his head but it was only a graze and their mother had been shot in the stomach,” says Brad Nathanson. He went on to say that the people in the taxi were in agony.
by Alexandra Ramaite