Emer-G-Med spokesperson Kyle van Reenen said the 30-year-old driver was still in the car when the ambulance arrived at the crossroads of Waltloo and Simon Vermooten roads.
According to the report, "on deeper inquiry," a man in his 30s was found dead in the passenger seat of a car after being shot many times.
Due to a roadblock on the N1 on Monday night, one driver was injured and robbed. Near Hammanskraal, there was an accident.
The injured man was still inside his car when Emer-G-paramedics Med's arrived on the scene.
He was stabilized and treated on the scene before being transferred to a nearby hospital for further treatment, according to Emer-G-Med spokesperson Kyle van Reenen.
When the driver's tyres blew out because of anything in his path, we now know that he was compelled to pull over on the side of the road.
After the truck came to a stop, he said he was approached by "an unknown number of men, who robbed and shot him."
South African police were able to carry out their investigations because of their presence.
Policing between Polokwane and Pretoria in Limpopo last week led to the arrest of four suspected members of a N1 and R101 spiking gang. The suspects are unknown.
Due to punctures in their vehicles, drivers were forced to stop and the accused robbed them at gunpoint, planting spikes in the road.
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