Fearless Granny Saves Teenager From Crocodile Attack
A 13-year-old girl from Binga was recently saved from a crocodile attack by her grandmother who attacked the reptile using her walking stick.
The grandmother Petina Ncube of Sianungu Village, Chief Siansali’s area in Kariangwe, gave the crocodile four vicious blows with her stick which forced the beast to release the grand daughter’s leg.
Matabeleland North police spokesperson Chief Inspector Siphiwe Makonese confirmed the incident and told B-Metro,
There’s a report about a girl from Binga who was attacked by a crocodile at a crossing point at Lungwalala River which flows from Lungwalala Dam. The victim who walked in the front was attacked when she stepped into the water and was bitten on the left leg by a crocodile which was inside the water.
Ncube then took the victim back home where she was rendered first aid by her grandfather before they took her to the hospital. They then rushed to Kariangwe Mission Hospital where she was admitted and is receiving treatment. Her condition is said to be stable,
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