CNS News 15.8.2018 11:45 am

Police shower KaNyamazane man with rubber bullets, leaving him critical

The victim’s neighbours donated money and hired a private vehicle to take him to hospital, where he is fighting for his life.

A young man is fighting for his life at Rob Ferreira hospital after he was shot with rubber bullets several times by KaNyamazane police on Tuesday night, reports Mpumalanga News.

Police shower KaNyamazane man with rubber bullets, leaving him critical
Police shower KaNyamazane man with rubber bullets, leaving him critical

Police shower KaNyamazane man with rubber bullets, leaving him critical

The victim’s neighbours donated money and hired a private vehicle to take him to hospital, where he is fighting for his life.

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