An Assistant Registration Officer attached to the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) died yesterday morning,
on his birthday, in an accident on Clive Lloyd Drive, Georgetown.
Dead is 26-year-old Gavin Bachan, of 181 Hope West, Enmore, ECD, who allegedly lost control of his black Toyota Altezza and crashed into the metal-guard rails obliquely opposite to Celina’s Resort, around 03:30 hours on Clive Lloyd Drive.
According to Bachan’s distraught mother, Deoratie Gangadin, on the day before the fatal accident (Monday), her son spent most of his time sourcing vehicle parts and seeking mechanical services to fix a problem which had left his vehicle inoperable for almost a week.
After getting the issue corrected and returning home around 17:00 hours that day, Bachan’s mother said that “he took a bath and left again shortly after”, telling her that “he had to collect something.”
However, after hours had elapsed since he left the house, his mother said that she tried “calling him several times, but there was no answer.”
Unfortunately, she only found out about her son’s demise when ranks of Kitty Police Station called her home around 04:00 hours yesterday, and informed her that he died in an accident.
According to his brother, Kevin Bachan, only one week had elapsed from his “three weeks leave” which he had requested with the intention of celebrating his birthday.
Bachan, who was employed at GECOM for the past five years, leaves to mourn his father, Deonarine Bachan, mother, Deoratie Gangadin, brother, Kevin Bachan, GECOM employees, relatives and friends.
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