Sometimes we have to sit back and ask ourselves where humanity has gone to in this country. People are so desperate to steal at any given opportunity even if it will cost others their lives no one cares.
Earlier today, Lower Crossroads community residents in Cape Town stole from two pilots following the crashing of their light aircraft which had an engine failure and was forced to make an emergency landing on an open field in Luzuko.
The pilots occupying the aircraft managed to escape with minor wounds but they couldn’t protect their belongings because daft community residents broke into the aircraft and stripped it of everything there in.
According to a statement issued by the City’s Mayco Member for Safety and Security, JP Smith, said a group of community residents quickly stormed the scene after the plane crash landed. This was shortly followed by a report from pilot radio aircraft control calling for urgent assistance as they were being stripped of valuables by the criminal residents.
Smith confirm the aircraft
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