- More harrowing footage of Leo Prinsloo the brave CIT driver that used quick thinking to save himself and his partner had been shared online
- This time the clip shows the front of the armoured CIT vehicle as it swerves to get out of the bullet storm
- The first clip of the incident went viral over the weekend as many people watched nervously while Prinsloo and his partner fought the brazen thugs
More video footage has surfaced of the brave CIT security guard, Leo Prinsloo, escaping danger has been shared online. Prinsloo and his partner recently went viral after a clip of them `dodging a series of bullets flying their way from the hands of thugs looking to rob them of the cellular device they were carrying with them.
Miraculously, both Prinsloo and his partner Lloyd Mtombeni remained calm while Prinsloo cleverly got them out of harm's way while protecting the products from the dangerous armed thieves.
Now new footage of the incident has surfaced and shows the driver's view of the incident as it unfolds on a Pretoria highway.
"An unedited, forward-facing clip of the attack on Leo and Lloyd. It starts with the suspect’s bakkie passing them to target the cargo van. @eNCA," eNCA's Barry Bateman captioned the clip.
Locals had this to say:
"I must say, it was not cool seeing this story on @CNN, not a great way to advertise SA."
"These thugs set up an ambush like they knew exactly the movements of Leo & Lloyd before."
Briefly News earlier reported that Leo Prinsloo, the brave and practical CIT driver who very narrowly escaped harm at the hands of armed thugs who were trying to rob the vehicle he was driving, has now received death threats from an unknown crime syndicate.
The managing director at Fortis Pro-Active Defence Solutions, Deon Coetzee, said that Prinsloo and his family have been placed under protection out of safety concerns following death threats after Prinsloo became an internet sensation because of his bravery in the dashcam footage.
After the clip went viral, Prinsloo detailed how he managed to get out of the situation by always keeping his next step in mind, reports News24.
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