Six held for Evaton killings

Johannesburg - Six men were arrested on Monday for allegedly shooting dead four men and injuring four others in Evaton, south of Johannesburg, Gauteng police said.

Members of two taxi associations arrived at the Palm Springs Mall and opened fire on one another with handguns and rifles, Lt-Col Lungelo Dlamini said.

Three firearms were seized.

ER24 spokesperson Luyanda Majija said the four men, including a security guard, were already dead when paramedics arrived on the scene.

Another man sustained critical injuries and was taken to Sebokeng Hospital.

Three other security guards sustained moderate injuries from an alleged assault and were taken to the Mediclinic Emfuleni.

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Interesting Thought 2014/08/18 11:30:27 PM
Crime is terrible....
Liz Fivaz 2014/08/19 12:05:41 AM
Life is cheap to these people that was bright up with no soul!
Apostle Ncakeni 2014/08/19 07:07:23 AM
It looks like Rea Vaya is the solution. Let all the Taxi Ranks be closed and there will be peace. The illiterate taxi drivers don't value life. They worship violence