- Rugby legend Naka Drotské and his family were recently attacked during a home invasion
- Naka sustained 3 gunshot wounds and his family drove him to hospital
- However, their car had a tyre burst. Luckily, Pretty and Mudal stopped to help and completed the trip to hospital in their car
Naka Drotské's family has extended its heartfelt appreciation to a kind couple who stepped in to drive the rugby legend to hospital.
Naka is a legendary former Springbok and Cheetahs player. As Briefly.co.za reported recently, he and his family were attacked during a home invasion. He sustained three gunshot wounds.
In a post shared on Positive Racial Sentiments in SA's Facebook page, the family said their car had a tyre burst as they drove Naka to hospital.
The family managed to stop the couple, Mudal and Pretty, to ask for help. They kindly agreed to drive Naka to hospital in their car, thereby helping to save his life.
The Facebook post was accompanied by a photo of Mudal and Pretty posing with two members of the Drotské family.
The family wrote:
I, Nadia Duvenage Jooste, Naka Drotske, Os du Randt, Hannelie Du Randt and Marzanne Drotske want to thank these two people so much!
It was Mudal & Pretty that stopped and rushed Naka to hospital when Os jumped in front of their car after the Fortuner's tyres burst.
We are all so quick to judge these days & to think most people are bad, but there are still good people out there that are willing to help others in need. All cultures, from whichever city or town, to Townships, are experiencing crime & fear.
Steven Drotske, thanks to you also for finding these two heroes, who were willing to stop in these dangerous times. Naka thanked them personally today.
We strongly believe that he would not have made it if they did not stop to rush him off to hospital.
Commenters also praised Mudal and Pretty for their kindness. Tildie Williams said, "Thank you Mudal and Pretty. You are angels. May you be blessed a million times over."
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