Fatal Accident at Reduit: Breathalyzer Test Negative
15 Janvier 2013 - The Défi Media Group
The identity of the victim remained trapped under a pile of scrap in Reduit is known. It is Teeluck Madhoo Anand, 57, a resident of Quatre-Bornes.
Sunday evening, around 21:45, the vehicle in which he was found had all four wheels in the air on the highway, at the Pont Mattur, Reduced, towards Quatre-Bornes. A car from the Ford Mondeo, driven by a resident of Curepipe, hit the vehicle that carried the barrels.
At this stage of the investigation, the police have not yet established the circumstances of the accident. At first, investigators want to know if the car in which Anand was Madhoo Teeluck headed towards Quatre-Bornes or towards Reduces where vice-versa. The driver of the Ford Mondeo, aged 55, has meanwhile said that the other vehicle was already rough on the highway when he crashed. He was unhurt in the clash.
The driver of the vehicle that rolled over, aged 27, has managed to get the car up crushed. Injured, he was taken to the hospital and admitted to Candos. Police expected it to be restored to examine the circumstances of the accident. The police conducted a breathalyzer examination on the two conductors which proved negative. Monday, the driver of the Ford Mondeo was indicted on a charge of manslaughter provisional court of Rose Hill. He had to pay a deposit of Rs 10,000 and sign an acknowledgment of debt of Rs 100,000 before regaining freedom.
An autopsy performed by the medical examiner of the police attributed the death Madhoo Anand Teeluck multiple injuries.