Taxi driver died on Christmas Day work accident

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A taxi driver was killed on Christmas day in a collision at the corner of Anakie and Ballarat roads in Geelong.

According to a report from the Geelong Advertiser, the victim stopped at a set of traffic lights on Anakie Road when another vehicle which went out of control cut into his car at 6.15pm.

The cab pushed into another car.

Police believes that the taxi driver has just dropped some passengers. The victim moved from Pakistan to Australia five years ago.

An Ambulance Victoria spokeswoman said they were called to the scene at 6.15pm and a person had been brought to Geelong Hospital with minor injuries.

Investigations are ongoing and Police would be preparing a report for the coroner.

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