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Trucks burn to ash near Omaruru …as drivers siphon from each other’s fuel tanks

06/06/2018
by Staff Writer
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Two trucks went up in flames and burned to ashes yesterday 20km to Omaruru as both drivers are said to have been siphoning from each other’s fuel tanks. Marshall Rangers Sheriff Sean Naude confirmed the incident but reported that both are still at large. Information on the trucks’ respective companies and destination is still sketchy and investigations continue. Stay tuned for more….