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2018 | Incident Near Benoni Bunny Park

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2018 | Incident Near Benoni Bunny Park

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Community Alert: A Cautionary Tale Near Bunny Park

In our ongoing commitment to share the experiences of our community, a letter received by the Benoni City Times on February 1, 2018, becomes a chilling reminder of the importance of vigilance and safety, especially as night descends upon our city. The incident, detailed by a concerned resident, Jaclyn Whitmill, takes place against the familiar backdrop of streets that many of us traverse daily.

An Evening Transformed

It was an average Saturday evening, January 27, as Jaclyn went about a routine errand—fetching her mother from a birthday celebration. The journey, normally uneventful, took an alarming turn upon her decision to travel down Miles Sharp Street from O’Reilly Merry Street around 9:30 pm.

The Frightening Encounter

Approaching a speed bump near a church, the sound of a loud bang reverberated through the night—a rock, launched by an unseen figure hidden by the darkness near the veld, collided with her car window. The intent, whether a reckless prank or a nefarious attempt at crime, remained unclear. What was evident was the potential danger of the encounter; Jaclyn, shaken but resolute, continued driving, fortunate to find her window intact.

A Word to the Wise

The gravity of the moment served as a stark reminder: when driving at night, extra vigilance is non-negotiable. “It stands as a lesson—one that I was fortunate to learn without harm,” Jaclyn wrote. She implored other residents to remain alert and to never stop, no matter the situation, should they find themselves in similar straits.

Official Response and Community Responsibility

In response to this event, the editor of the Benoni City Times added a note indicating that Benoni SAPS spokesperson Capt Nomsa Sekele had not received reports of similar incidents. Still, the absence of a pattern does not diminish the importance of such occurrences being brought to light. It is incumbent upon us all, as members of this tapestry of streets and stories, to look out for one another and to report any and all suspicious activities to the authorities.

The Benoni City Times invites residents to send their letters and share their concerns to bctletters@caxton.co.za, fostering a dialogue that bolsters our communal watchfulness.

In sharing Jaclyn’s unnerving event, we, the custodians of Bunny Park’s story, extend a broader narrative—one that encompasses the welfare of all who find solace and joy within our park and the surrounding environs.

For further details on the incident and editorial notes, please access the original publication on the Benoni City Times: .

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