Togo goalkeeper serious but stable

JOHANNESBURG - One of the victims of an attack in Angola on the Togo team's bus arrived in South Africa on Saturday for treatment of his injuries, a medical source said.

Goalkeeper Kodjovi Obilale was rushed to Milpark hospital in Johannesburg in serious but stable condition.

"The only information I have is that he has a significant gun injury," Fraser Lamond, regional medical director of International SOS medical agency, said.

Angola's Minister of Communication, Manuel Rebelais said in a statement that Obilale had suffered a neurological injury on the lumbar region.

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