Two Petrol Attendants Gunned Down

Staff Writer | The Republic Mail

By Ndileka Swakamisa

Two petrol attendants have been shot dead, at a Petrol station in Cape Town, Western Cape.

The incident took place this morning, where the two victims suffered fatal gunshot wounds in Bishop Lavis, one other staff member, along with a customer were injured.

The South African Police Services (SAPS) says the two surviving victims were taken to hospital for further medical care, according to reports, the shoot-out was a gang attack.

It has been said that, the owner of the garage is a gang leader, the area of Bishop Lavis is notorious for gangsterism.

Police spokesperson FC Van Wyk says investigations are continuing, as the circumstances surrounding the incident are not yet known.