A sexagenarian mowed by a bus in Pointe-aux-Piments (updated)
5 Octobre 2011
An accident left one person dead and one wounded in Pointe-aux-Piments.
Andrienne Pitchen Marie, 63, a resident camp Eliah, Pointe-aux-Piments, was cut short by a bus on her way to the store of the town to buy bread, Tuesday at 6:30 am.
According to the report of the autopsy, performed by the head of forensic, Dr. Sudesh Kumar Gungadin, the death of the sixties was due to multiple injuries. The victim's chest completely smashed.
The sixties was not alone at the time of the accident. She was accompanied by Coralie Antoinette, 18, who was injured. This has been rushed to the hospital SSRN Pamplemousses for care. She was able to return home after their treatment.
The bus driver, a resident of Rivière-du-Rempart aged 30, appeared in court Pamplemousses under a load of manslaughter. It has been tested negative to the test.
According to the story of the driver, he left Pointe-aux-Fruits Triolet to get to a little after 6 o'clock. He was driving at a speed of 15 km / h. On arriving near an edge, he saw a bus coming from the same company's direction. He did not note the registration number of the vehicle. Since the road is narrow at that point, he slowed to let the other bus. He had to take a little more to the left. "Mone tends ene voice shouting outside bus," he said. He got off the bus. He saw a girl running away screaming. The latter had blood on his clothes.
The police investigation is underway to determine the exact circumstances in which the accident occurred.
In addition, Monday mid-day, a 34 year old laborer, who was on his bicycle, was hit hard by a bus, Royal Road, La Flora. The farmer was seriously injured. He was admitted to the intensive care unit at the hospital Jawaharlal Nehru. The health of the thirties inspires concern.