- Sbahle Mpisane has finally connected with the man who saved her life, Brian Dube
- She took to social media to share that she was finally ready to meet the man who pulled her from her burning car last year
- Sbahle was overwhelmed when a fan sent her Brian's contact details and she got to speak to him
Mzansi’s fitness bunnie, Sbahle Mpisane, took to social media to reveal that she had finally connected with the man who saved her life by pulling her out her burning car in August last year.
Sbahle was involved in a horrific car crash on 9 August last year, which nearly claimed her life. She suffered brain injury and several and was diagnosed with amnesia.
Brian Dube, a personal trainer, was named in many reports as the person who saved Sbahle when he pulled her out of her burning car. Due to her amnesia, it was not until recently that Sbahle spoke out about Brian, saying that she wanted to meet and thank him.
“I need to meet Brian Dube! He truly saved me from burning in my car! I should have reached to him months back but I was down. Irrespective of my tears right now, I’m ready to face him and thank him from the bottom of my heart."
Little did Sbahle know that a few minutes later after posting that on her Instagram stories, she would be given Brian’s contact details. She immediately contacted him and spoke to him for more than 45 minutes.
She screenshot her call and posted it afterwards with a short but happy statement: “Finally spoke to him. I’m so happy.”
It's great to see that Sbahle is slowing regaining her memory and has chosen to steer herself to a complete recovery, even though it has been a long and slow process.
Earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that Sbahle Mpisane survived a near-fatal car accident last year and is very happy to be alive. She's still recovering and is sharing her journey with her fans, inspiring them with her hunger for life.
Part of Sbahle's recovery is regaining her memories, which she lost due to her injuries. She had trouble remembering the accident and even people close to her.
Her recovery is going well though, and she's remembering details and having flashbacks of what happened on that fateful day.
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