Joburg paramedics robbed at gunpoint
Two paramedics were robbed of their personal belongings while attending to a call in Lawley near Lenasia.
JOHANNESBURG - Joburg Emergency Services say two of their officials have been robbed at gunpoint while attending to a call in Lawley near Lenasia.
When the paramedics arrived on the scene earlier today they were robbed of their personal belongings by the suspects, who ran off.
Spokesperson Nana Radebe say: “When the paramedics arrived at the scene, two men pointed guns at them and forced them to lie on the ground before making off with their personal belongings.”
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(Edited by Zamangwane Shange)