Feb 15, 2016 News Comments Off on Valentine’s night text sends driver overboard
A valentine’s night text of love may have caused Marlon Evans to go overboard while negotiating the Mandela Avenue turn in the vicinity of North Ruimveldt Multilateral School.
According to Evans, who was once part of the Salvation Army’s programme for recovering alcoholics, he had just come from a shop and was driving when his girlfriend texted him.
As he was checking his phone he stated that he lost control and nosedived into the canal.
When Kaieteur News reached the scene, the skid marks indicated that Evans had just missed a utility pole.
Evans, who seemed calm, indicated that he was on his way back home to Linden, where he had rented the vehicle.
Evans denied to police ranks taking statements that he was traveling at a fast rate. He did agree, however, that 2016 Valentine’s Day would be a day to remember.
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