KZN Man With Head Injury Missing After CCTV Captures Him Leaving Hospital

Lucky Nhlanhla Gumbi went missing after he was dropped of at the hospital in Phoenix- Kwazulu Natal. Picture: Supplied by RUSA

A KwaZulu-Natal man who was sent to Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Hospital in Phoenix for a head injury has been reported missing by his family.

According to a statement from Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA), 39-year-old Lucky Nhlanhla Gumbi went missing after being dropped off at a hospital in Phoenix, Kwazulu Natal on Wednesday.

According to RUSA, Gumbi’s relatives reached their offices on Thursday, seeking assistance in locating their loved one.

The family stated that Gumbi was dropped off at the hospital on Wednesday afternoon after sustaining a head injury after a fall and complaining of chest symptoms.

“According to his family, they got to the hospital at 6:05 p.m. on Wednesday and were unable to locate Gumbi. They suspected he had been accepted to the facility and began investigating. The family was later given CCTV footage showing the patient walking out of the hospital at around 6 p.m. “He hasn’t been seen or heard from since,” RUSA stated.

It is unknown whether Gumbi was admitted as a patient to the hospital.

Gumbi was dressed in a grey t-shirt, dark green jacket, and blue jeans when he went missing. He also wore grey flip flops and white socks.

He is tall, slightly overweight, dark in color, and has a white beard. He has one silver tooth.

Anyone with information can call RUSA on 0861234333, his friend, Phumlani Ndlovu on 0789825144 or his sister, Thembile Gumbi on 0685534608.

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