Quick-thinking driver crashes into police van to save himself from hijackers

Quick-thinking driver crashes into police van to save himself from hijackers

Hijacked and forced to drive by the people who had ambushed him in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, a man saw only one way out – crash into a police van and ask for help.Western Cape police spokesperson Colonel Andr√® Traut said the victim was hijacked in his Avanza by four people on Saturday night.”In Old Faure Road in Mfuleni, the victim spotted a police vehicle on patrol and collided with it to draw the attention of the officers,”¬†said Traut.”During the collision, two hijackers were injured as well as three [SA Police Service] officers.”A 9mm pistol and a pump action shotgun were confiscated.The two suspects, who were caught, were admitted to hospital and will appear in court soon.
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