Robbert at Durban led to death of a paramedics


Durban - Police are looking for suspects engaged with the shooting of two paramedics in Inanda, north of Durban, on Wednesday. 

The paramedics have a place with the KwaZulu-Natal Emergency Medical Services. Police representative Colonel Thembeka Mbele said the episode occured at 2am in the Matikwe territory of Inanda. 

"Two paramedics were purportedly shot by obscure suspect. The two of them supported wounds to the belly and hand. They were taken to medical clinic in basic condition. A cellphone was additionally taken. Charges of endeavored murder and theft are being examined by Inanda SAPS," Mbele said. 

Comparative assaults were noted in Durban in 2016 when private rescue vehicle administrations went under assault by culprits while on obligation.