Two injured in Kya Junction shooting

2016-02-27 17:28
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Johannesburg - Two people were injured following a shooting at the Kya Junction shopping centre in Randburg on Saturday, said paramedics.

The shooting happened at around 15:21, said Netcare 911 spokesperson Chris Botha.

"Paramedics arrived at the scene and found that one person sustained a critical wound while another had been pistol-whipped and was seriously injured," said Botha.

"Medics stabilised the injured at the scene before they transported them to a nearby hospital for the care that they required," he said.

Further details on the incident were not clear as police could be immediately reached for further comment.

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