Emergency Medical Services personnel and South African Police Service (SAPS) members responded to a mass shooting incident that occurred in kwamashu F section near a local school (KwaZulu-Natal Province), four males were shot dead.
According to the Flyingnewslive news report, earlier today, Friday, 20 May 2022 another mass shooting occurred near a local school in kwamashu F section (KwaZulu-Natal Province), four people of which where all males were shot dead, Emergency Medical Services personnel and South African Police Service members were called to the scene by residents.
Upon arrival at the scene, they recovered spent 9mm cartridges, further investigation revealed that the killing was drug related which makes it a total of 10 drug related murders in the month of May alone and none of these murders have been solved.
A case of murder is currently under investigation and whoever has information that could lead to the arrest of the suspects should contact the saps phone number or report the information at the nearest police station.
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