Sep 15, 2016 News Comments Off on Pensioner found near CJIA garbage died from heart attack– PM
Hedley Williams, the 74-year-old pensioner, whose body was found near a garbage heap in the vicinity
of the Cheddi Jagan International Airport’s maintenance building, two days after he went missing, died of a heart attack.
This is according to a Post Mortem examination that was performed on the remains at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC)’s mortuary by Government Pathologist, Dr. Nehaul Singh.
The pensioner had gone to the airport with his children to pick up his wife, Chan (only name), when he disappeared. He did not get a chance to see his spouse.
The airport’s CCTV (Closed-circuit television camera) footage showed Williams exiting a parked vehicle, which took his family to the airport. It captured him proceeding north where a number of shops are located. He continued walking in that direction until he was out of the cameras’ range.
The pensioner was not seen again until his body was discovered Tuesday morning. His wife said that her husband’s death is a shock to the entire family.
Chan, who left the country three weeks ago, said that she was looking forward to seeing her husband on Sunday when she arrived but could not locate him.
She said that when they went to the vehicle, the pensioner was nowhere to be seen. A missing person report was subsequently made at the Timehri Police Station.
On Tuesday, relatives were subsequently informed that the man’s body had been found.
Yesterday, his daughter, Deorani Dilipraj, said that they were shocked to learn that the man died from a heart attack since he never complained about his heart before. However, he was a diabetic but when they left home to go to the airport, he was healthy.
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