Man attacked in Toti CBD

2016-03-23 06:00

ON Thursday 17 March, just after 8pm, Netcare 911 paramedics received a call for a man that had been brutally attacked in the Amanzimtoti CBD.
Exact detail as to who stabbed the man is to be investigated by the SAPS.

“Netcare 911 paramedics and an off-duty fireman from the Amanzimtoti Fire Department found the man had sustained multiple stab wounds.
“After paramedics stabilised him, they transported him to hospital,” said Chris Botha, media liaison officer - Netcare 911.
- Supplied.

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