KwaZulu-Natal: Durban School teacher shot dead at school.

11 June 2019 | From Arrive Alive

KwaZulu-Natal: At 09H06 Tuesday morning Netcare 911 responded to reports of a shooting at a school on Gaze Makhanya Avenue in Folweni.

Reports from the scene alledge that an unknown male had entered the school premises and fired multiple shots at a 48-year-old male teacher who was walking down a passage at the time, striking him in the head and abdomen.

Netcare 911 Paramedics arrived on scene and had assessed the man but unfortunately his injuries were too severe and he was declared deceased.

The school has been quarantined by the Folweni SAPS who are on scene.

Circumstances leading up to the shooting will be investigated by the SAPS.

Shawn Herbst
Media Liaison Officer
Netcare Limited
Netcare 911

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