Lady Shot at During Apparent Botched Hijacking Thanks God for Life

Lady Shot at During Apparent Botched Hijacking Thanks God for Life

- An emotional survivor recently headed online to celebrate still being alive after a horrid incident, nearly being killed in what looks like a hijacking

- Her touching post included photos of the car, which was a complete wreck and left riddled with bullet holes after to the incident

- South Africans quickly joined the young woman in thanking God for sparing her young life

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A grateful-hearted South African woman recently left people marvelling over the grace of God after she took to Twitter to share a heartwarming and super emotional post about surviving a life-threatening ordeal, which was allegedly a result of a hijacking one wrong.

Lady Shot at During Alleged Botched Hijacking Thanks God for Her Life
This young lady survived a hijacking. Images: @SkroefMagwaza
Source: Twitter

In her post, the young lady with the Twitter handle @skroefmagwaza thanks God for sparing her life. She also thanks her friends and followers for keeping her in their prayers while at the same time adding that she would appreciate it if they did not bombard her with questions about the accident.

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"Heartbroken, I loved my car Thuso but I'm grateful to God for sparing my life. Thank you for your prayers. Please, no calls, no asking what happened. I see your messages, Ill get to them in time," she wrote sadly in the heartbreaking Twitter post.

The post received just over 3k likes and many comments from concerned locals who joined her in praising God. Many of them speculated that she had been involved in a hijacking that went horribly wrong as snaps of her car show that the vehicle was riddled with bullet holes.

Read a few of their thoughtful comments below:

@NgiwuSomatekisi said:

"She was just at the wrong place at the wrong time ayi kukuthi bekushawa yena intentionally"

@EndodaKawa

"She was hijacked, the people who were shot at are her hijackers."

@PumeeM said:

"Yoh Jesu! This is scary. Thank God she's okay."

In other harrowing Briefly News reports, sometimes the saying that crime doesn’t pay is usually taken for granted by those who are always looking to prey on unsuspecting people. However, it became reality in a video clip that is circulating on social media when a brave man managed to deal with the thugs accordingly.

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A video posted by @RSA_Trucker on Twitter gives a free lesson on how to deal with robbers who always think they will get their way into someone’s belongings.

Although it's not clear where the video was shot, two criminals appear to be looking to prey on a man who just parked his car and they are seemingly demanding the keys or his valuables, but the man teaches one of the thugs a lesson.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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