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Cops probe fatal accident

Tuesday, December 10 2013

POLICE are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 31-year-old woman who was killed in a vehicular accident yesterday morning.

Police reported that at about 2.20 am, Shelly-Ann Charles of Nicaragua Road, Wallerfield, was driving her vehicle east along the Churchill Roosevelt Highway in company with Rickie Sylvester, when on reaching the vicinity of Demerara lights, Charles’ vehicle veered off the highway and collided with a lamp post along the median.

Persons who witnessed the accident, contacted the police as well as the emergency health services and the two were rushed to the Arima Health Facility where Charles succumbed to her injuries at about 3.20 am.

Sylvester is said to be still warded in a serious condition.

Speaking with Newsday yesterday outside the Forensic Science Centre, Charles’ sister Leeann said she received a call yesterday morning that her sister had been in an accident and died in hospital.

Charles was a hairdresser and a mother of three children, all boys, aged 12, nine and two. Between tears and sobs, Leeann described her sister as a good mother.

“She was a responsible mother. There is nobody who could say she left them (her children) alone. She always put things in place for her sons,” Charles said.

She noted that her sister had purchased a vehicle about four months ago particularly for the children and to make it easier to travel with them.

“Everybody now started to enjoy life,” she lamented. Charles further described her sister as a person who was always laughing.

“She was always telling jokes. Always laughing...more than me.” No funeral arrangements have been made as yet.

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