Whenever one gets into a car with plans to drive and go somewhere, there is always a chance that an accident could happen any time, any minute since it is not guaranteed that you will arrive to your destination, some of the accidents are merely caused by the reckelssness of the driver who drive disregarding the rules of the road, in some instances it is all because the driver is under the influence of alcohol, the decisions they make are always wrong and some time they speed, a lot of things may lead to accidents, some lucky people survive and walk out of serious accidents without any injuries, just like the four occupants of the vehicle that somehow landed on top of a tree and a wall.
Source: https://twitter.com/EversonLuhanga/status/1526287509700870145?s=20&t=aa6dAyaeS0A4uHOwnPf5Hw Four people have survived a terrible car accident in Brackenhurst, Alberton. From the picture of the accident, the car could be seen hanging upside down while leaning on a fence and a tree. How the car got on top of the tree and the fence is still a mystery.
A suspicious truck was seen offloading in Brackenhurst at a private residence and private security were contacted. The South African Police Service (SAPS) k9 unit located in Johannesburg also appeared on the scene where the truck with a 12 meter container was found packed with liquor. While Nkosazane Dlamini-Zuma said the alcohol ban was freeing up the emergency rooms of hospitals, allowing doctors to tend to those who are sick, and it has helped avoid emergencies brought on by the effects of alcohol. "Our
A complaint was received of a car theft that had taken place at the Union Hospital. On our arrival it was established that the suspects had stolen a White Ford Ranger and had abandoned their Getaway vehicle in Clinton road. The stolen vehicle was tracked to the Brackenhurst area and was recovered in Van Bergen str. A man hunt was executed as the suspects had abandoned the stolen vehicle and fled on foot. Two men were spotted by Fox security Tactical team exiting a veld and jumped into a White Polo gti. Back-up
Residents of Brackenhurst an area in Alberton were left traumatized after a horrific incident occurred were a woman died inside a house which was on fire.According to the South African daily news Facebook post the neighbours in the community saw smoke coming out of the house which was locked, this made it impossible for them to try and assist so they quickly contacted the fire department to come and deal with the issue.
This afternoon Fox Control room received a distress call from a client in Stander street stating someone is breaking into their house.Fox Reaction and Tactical units responded swiftly apprehending two suspects in Swartkoppies road when they jumped from the foot bridge trying to flee.
A man suspected of being the mastermind and accused kingpin behind a slew of high-profile kidnappings has been apprehended by police. According to a police statement made on Saturday, ransoms for the kidnappings were requested in various districts of Gauteng as well as Maputo, Mozambique. Following an intelligence-driven operation, the task team identified an address in Brackenhurst on Wednesday, when the suspect and three associates were apprehended.
The police have arrested a man alleged to be the mastermind and kingpin behind a spate of high-profile kidnappings. The ransoms for the kidnappings were demanded in various parts of Gauteng, as well as in Maputo, Mozambique according to a police statement released on Saturday. On Wednesday, the task team indenfied an address in Brackenhurst, following an intelligence driven operation where the suspect and three associates were arrested.
Intelligence Bureau of South Africa have posted on their social media page the number of arrests SAPS special team GTP made. According to the post, the GTP team arrested a total of 4 robbers. The first 2 suspects were arrested in Brackenhurst and an LDV was recovered. Again another 2 suspects were arrested in Pretoria north and an LMV was recouped. With the last one, the suspects unfortunately weren't found but an LDV was again recovered. The GTP team really do deserve a round of applause for arresting this
A Hawks Tactical Operations Management Section police constable was shot with the firearm. A man suspected of being the mastermind and accused kingpin behind a slew of high-profile kidnappings has been apprehended by police. According to a police statement made on Saturday, ransoms for the kidnappings were requested in various districts of Gauteng as well as Maputo, Mozambique.
RLaw enforcement agents have made one of the greatest arrests of a Kingpin who has been kidnapping people for a long time. The man who was arrested is believed to be behind a spate of high-profile kidnappings. In the process, a police constable from the Hawks Tactical operations management section got shot.
On Monday evening, 15 March 2021, Fox Security officers were informed about an active robbery in Iris street Brackenhurst, they subsequently rushed to the crime scene and when they reached there a male victim was found to have been robbed of his phone and stabbed in his chest and shoulder. A