Ok guys you might have seen this video a lot
all over YouTube but I have decided to sum up all the videos together in one video
So that we could get to know who the real hero is
you know the driver and also what actually happened and whats up with the guy right now
The guy driving as per the information received form different sources of the internet
The guys name is Leo
And he is reportedly a former member of South African police service task force
Who left the service around 2004
He now runs his own weapon training academy in South Africa he also works
an an armed security escort you know a very dangerous side hustle
I heard that he has a YouTube channel as well so let me just confirm and if he really is on
YouTube then Id advise you guys to subscribe to his channel because you know he is our hero
South African Cash van driver evades armed robbers as vehicle shot multiple times
Dramatic dashcam footage has shown the moment a van carrying cash in South Africa
was bombarded with bullets as robbers opened fire. The driver and his colleague are on an apparently
uneventful journey when, suddenly, loud bangs can be heard.
The driver's door window has become a target and is heavily pitted, cracks in
the glass radiating from a dark central point after bullets rattle against it.
The driver swerves and then corrects his course before asking his colleague
to grab the large rifle they have in the cab.
"He's coming after us," the driver tells his colleague as the chase continues.
It is possible to hear the driver's breathing quickening
but he remains remarkably calm in the circumstances as his driving allows them
to escape the scene. He takes a sharp right and says:
"They're going to shoot. They're going to f****** shoot." Several more bullets hit the vehicle.
Handing a phone to his colleague, the driver says: "Phone Robbie, phone Josh.
Ask them where they are."
A little later the driver stops the vehicle, grabs the rifle
from his colleague, and gets out of the cab. Yusuf Abramjee, who posted the video and stills
on Twitter, said the driver and his colleague survived, according to website SA Trucker.