first_img…female driver in custodyThe intersection where the East Bank Demerara Highway meets the Access Road at Houston near Rahaman’s Park has recorded another accident, but in this instance, a motorcyclist was killed.While information surrounding the cyclist’s demise was sketchy, he has been identified as 22-year-old Owen Carrington of Issacs Street, Den Amstel, West Coast Demerara.From preliminary reports obtained, he died instantly as a result of the impact.Motor cycle CJ 3815 minutes after the accidentAccording to reports, the accident occurred just after 13:00h on Sunday, when Carrington, who was not wearing a helmet, reportedly lost control of motorcycle CJ 3815 as he was proceeding north on the eastern carriageway at a fast rate.Reports are that Carrington, a Guyana Defence Force (GDF) Private, had been swerving in and out of traffic, and the left side handlebar collided with an unknown vehicle before the Honda motorcycle sped over the road partition and hit motorcarGuyana Fire Service responders checked Carrington for a pulsePPP 5567, causing him to be flung off the motorcycle as it came to an abrupt halt.The female driver of the Toyota motor car, visibly shaken by the ordeal, was questioned by investigators who arrived on the scene minutes after the accident had occurred. The woman, Marrisa Sawh, 27, of Tucville, Georgetown, was driving the vehicle that belongs to her father, Colin Sawh.The Guyana Fire Service ambulance was first on the scene, but those first responders opted against removing the cyclist’s body after they examined him for a pulse. After this ambulance departed, the body of the private was left lying on the road. He was later removed from the scene and was officially pronouncedPPP 5567, reportedly driven by 27-year-old Marrisa Sawh, has been taken into custodydead.Reports are that the man had received multiple extensive injuries, including to his neck and head.Last Tuesday, a major accident was averted after heavy-duty truck GVV 9475 crashed into a lantern post at the corner of Rahaman’s Park in an attempt to avoid colliding with a motorcar. The incident occurred just a short distance away from the new Christmas tree which replaced the one that collapsed recently after vandals had stolen the straps that were holding it up. (Shemuel Fanfair)last_img

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