Accidents in Brief
13 March 2012 - Défi Media Group
Bell-Village road accident. They beat and vandalize his car. A boat disappears.
Bell-Village road accident
Road was still killed. In the early hours on Monday, Pravi Gunghar, 29, was off the road to Bell-Village. This inhabitant of Grand Bois was heading towards the capital when he lost control of his vehicle. He did not survive the impact. Police have been mended over the place. An investigation was initiated to shed light on this tragedy. An autopsy attributed his death to a ruptured liver.
They beat and vandalize his car
Scene occurred after a family dispute.
Five individuals were at the home of a tailor Lower Vale, Friday at 18 h 45. They broke the windshield of the car before the fifties to beat him. The victim complained to the station Plain of Papayas, 19 to 10 h, the same day. She was not injured but is suffering from pain all over his body.
A boat disappears
A skipper of 44 years reported that his boat, the 'Bayliner Jazz', would have been diverted or stolen between Friday, March 9 and Saturday 10. The boat was at its mooring, 20 meters from the beach in the lagoon of Pointe d'Azur. White and blue, it features a 175 horsepower engine and cost around Rs 150,000. The boat is insured and belongs to the wife of the skipper.