Fatal accidents: three deaths in 24 hours
20 May 2011
The black series continues on the road with three deaths in 24 hours. The most recent accident occurred Thursday afternoon on the Northern Highway near Pamplemousses, where a 4x4 was violently struck a motorcyclist who died instantly.
The victim, Mohammed Ibrahim Nundloll, was transported to the hospital morgue for the North need to autopsy, so he had his legs severed.
Police arrested the driver of the vehicle to record his version of events. The breath test performed on him was negative. According to preliminary investigation, the van was speeding and could not avoid the two-wheeler. The driver will, he pursued under a provisional charge of manslaughter. This accident caused a traffic jam on the road this Party and the police had to arrange for traffic control.
The police investigation of Rose Hill also know the circumstances in which another tragedy occurred Wednesday morning on the Royal Road in the area. Michael Victory Zephyr, 21, St. Croix resident, died when a van hit him hard. The young man was on his motorcycle.
Shortly after this incident, he was rushed to Princess Margaret Orthopaedic Center (CIP), where his death was found. The autopsy report prepared by the Police Medical Officer (PMO), Dr. Jankee, attributed the deaths to a 'shock due to Multiple Injuries'.
The driver of the van, a fifty-year resident Beau-Bassin has been submitted to a breath test which proved negative. Nevertheless, he was charged under a provisional charge before the court of Rose Hill. He had to give security for his freedom.
Finally, Lutchmun Beeputh, 67, passed away in the wee hours of Wednesday morning at the hospital Jawaharlal Nehru Rose-Belle after a road accident. The medical examiner, Dr. Jankee has certified that death was due to peritonitis.
The accident occurred May 13 at Rose-Belle. A van driven by a 23-year overthrew his sixties who was on his motorcycle. The youth was asked to record his version of events Thursday at the police station in Rose-Belle.