No arrests personal made at this stage.fu
A KwaZulu-Natal truck driver narrowly escaped after his truck used to be attacked on the N2 parkway on Wednesday.
Police spokesperson Captain Nqobile Gwala talked about multiple photos were fired at the truck, just reverse Port Dunford.
Video photos of the incident, which has been circulated widely on social media, reveals the aftermath of the assault.
The automobile is fully engulfed in flames.
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“The truck caught fire and no accidents were sustained by the driver,” talked about Gwala.
A case of malicious break to property has been opened.
“The situations surrounding the incident are being investigated,” he talked about.
No arrests personal made at this stage.
Truck location on fire: N2 come Mtunzini KZN. pic.twitter.com/IMu5tsSYkg
— Yusuf Abramjee (@Abramjee) January 20, 2021
In July final year, the two trucks were location alight on the N1 come Stellenbosch, Western Cape, with truck drivers calling on government, alongside with the internal most sector, to prioritise local truck drivers over foreign nationals.
The truckers claimed government used to be deliberately sidelining them, leaving most locals unemployed at the expense of foreign nationals.
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