Nineteen year old Sasia Adams died yesterday at Dr. Balwant’s Singh Hospital, one day after she allegedly jumped from her boyfriend’s moving car onto Lamaha Street.
Adams, whose address was given as East Street, Georgetown, was employed as a Front Desk Agent at the Princess Ramada Hotel, was taken to the Hospital around 20:30hrs (8:30pm) on Sunday, by her 21-year-old boyfriend, where she was admitted to the Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit, as her condition was listed as critical.
The circumstances surrounding what caused Adams to sustain injuries were confirmed by the Guyana Police Force as being an incident that occurred on Sunday night on Lamaha Street, where Adams and her boyfriend were heading in a westerly direction in a white Toyota 212 motor car. Adams was said to have opened the door and leapt from the car and landed on the southern side of the road. Her boyfriend then picked her up and took her to the hospital.
A police statement confirmed that Adams died at 11:25hrs yesterday.
Police have since taken Adams’ boyfriend into custody and initiated an investigation, after there were conflicting stories in relation to what really transpired. When the police visited the Hospital after the incident occurred, they were told that Adams had come into the medical institution in a conscious state, and had related that she had fallen down at home.
Police have since been accessing CCTV footage from businesses in the area where it was said Adams jumped from her boyfriend’s car with the hope of bringing some clarity as to what really transpired.
Investigations are continuing.
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