Dashcam Shows Cash Van Crew Under CIT Robbery Attacks
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Cash vans are always filled with armed members that are constantly alert. But when an actual attack occurs, what happens to them? When a crew van was under fire from a group of robbers, this heart-racing moment shows how the driver concentrated on dodging them as his crew prepared for direct contact.
Dashcam footage of a cash van shows how the crew defends against a CIT robbery attempting South Africa.
The cam recorder over 12 shots was shot at the beginning with more than one shooter involved. Alerted, the crew took out their firearms and prepared to defend themselves. Rounds after rounds of bullets rained on the car, the driver’s side shown partially breaking.
The driver sped up and chose his route. He made a turn later and crossed with the robbers again, who continued to tail after them. They drove over something before stopping. The driver took the rifle off his wingman’s hand and proceeded to wait in for the robbers with the crew protecting the cash.
The aftermath pictures showed multiple rounds were aimed at the driver’s bulletproof glass.
National police spokesperson Brig Vish Naidoo later announced that this crime occurred in N4 in Pretoria on April 22. He continued, “The driver of the CIT vehicle managed to evade the robbers for a while but later stopped in wait for the robbers. The robbers fled without taking any money. No arrests have yet been made.”
The robbers didn’t manage to get any cash, and while this crew survived the attack, one from a different escort car was fatally wounded.