2 injured in gang shooting at Cape Town Airport
There was a gang shooting incident on Wednesday at South Africa’s Cape Town International Airport, according to police officials.
Police say two men were injured in what has been described as a drive-by shooting incident.
According to the spokesperson for the Police Vish Naidoo operations at the airport were not affected.
He said “a man, about 50 years of age, was shot in a drive-by shooting and in the process a bystander, a 30-year-old man, was also hit.”
Officials do not know the reason or motive for the shooting at an airport that is the second busiest in the South Africa.
Flights had not been affected, the airport’s general manager Deon Cloete said in a statement.
“The shooting scene has been cordoned off while investigations continue,” Cloete said.
The airport is also Africa’s third busiest and handles around 10 million passengers a year.