Jun 30, 2018 News
Two traffic ranks were seen running from the scene of an accident yesterday, at Windsor Forest, West Coast Demerara.
Witnesses claim to seeing motorcar PWW 5750 driving at a fast rate of speed around 10:45 hrs, when it suddenly veered off the road and toppled a few times before coming to a rest in a trench.
The vehicle was going so fast, that it crossed to the other side of the 15-foot trench.
Initially persons who arrived on the scene were skeptical about rendering assistance, since the vehicle was heavily tinted. Some were of the opinion that it might have been bandits escaping a crime. But closer examination revealed two traffic ranks in a semi-conscious state in the car,” one witness said.
“When them catch themself, them come out the car and start fuh run.”
This was worrying for the persons who were there to help, since everyone was now confused as to why the ranks were so hasty to get away from the scene. They jumped into another vehicle and left.
One witness reported that an individual came to the scene of the accident and was making claims that the car was his nephew’s car and he was wandering how the police got it.
Calls were made to the Den Amstel Police Station, which is responsible for the Winsor Forest area, to verify that there was an accident that involved two traffic ranks.
Up to 19:00 hrs, last evening no report of such an accident was made.
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