There's a horrific incident which occurred last night(Sunday) in KZN at around 23:32 and it left many people in shockwaves. A man was shot twice in the abdomen during a hijacking in Buffelsdraai. The victim was at a house party when he decided to charge his cellphone in his friend’s red Kia Rio with registration NJ 34545. Three men approached him and asked him to exit the vehicle. When he refused, one of the suspects produced a firearm and fired a warning shot. The man continued to resist when he was shot twice in the abdomen.
The hijackers then sped off in the vehicle. The injured male was transported privately to hospital. It is sad that this victim didn't leave the vehicle because he might have been afraid that his friend was going to be mad at him, but the best option was to leave. Either way the armed perpetrators end up getting what they want, it is better to save your life than material. Please share this post and if anyone has information regarding the location of the vehicle, kindly contact Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) on 086 1234 333.
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