A lady and her brother were returning from work when a silver vehicle stopped next to them. It was unknown to the lady and her brother that they were about to be robbed as a passenger came out of the vehicle with a firearm.
The robber asked both victims to turn over their cellphones to him but when the lady told him that she didn't have a cell phone with her, the robber shot her on her left ankle and right thigh.
Although the woman tried to run away, she collapsed shortly. The robber returned to his vehicle before he sped off in an unknown direction. Officers of Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) were called to the scene.
When Reaction officers and RUSA medics arrived, they located the female victim by the side of the road. The lady was treated for her injuries before being transported to hospital by an ambulance.
The incident happened on Tottenham Road in Riet River - KZN. Two spent 9mm cartridges were recovered from the scene and her brother wasn't injured.
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