On Thursday; Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) staff members; were shocked when a Municipality worker; walked into their offices; with his face cut open.
After the 38 year-old man; was attacked by five men in Verulam; northern ouskirts of Durban; in KwaZulu Natal; who robbed him of his Samsung cellphone and wallet; he had no means to call for help; therefore; he walked to the RUSA heard quarters building to get assistance.
According to RUSA managing director; Prem Balram; the man walked into their offices; bleeding profusely from his face. On closer inspection they discovered that his cheek had been cut open; during the incident.
RUSA medics could not believe that the man had walked by himself to their facility; when he was losing so much blood. He could have collapsed along the way; but he made it.
RUSA emergency medical services; patched him up and took him to the nearest hospital; for further medical assistance.
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