Trial continues at Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts

first_imgFatal Sandy Babb Street accidentThe man on trial for causing death by dangerous driving during his testimony told the court he could not recall driving vehicle HC4276 at the time of the accident.The Charlestown resident, Ceon Green, was represented by Attorney Peter Hugh when he appeared before Magistrate Judy Latchman in the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.During his testimony Green told the court he currently works as a driver at a government ministry, however in May 2015, at the time of the accident he was a taxi driver.The fatal accident took place in the vicinity of Sandy Babb Street on the night of May 31, 2015. He told the court it was a rainy night when he was driving his vehicle proceeding west along Sandy Babb Street when the accident occurred.Green said he felt something hit his vehicle, which prompted him to pull over and on checking he saw a guy lying on the roadway.At that point he rushed to pick up the man but a crowd had gathered and were hurling negative remarks at him. This is when he replaced the man on the ground and asked if anyone in the crowd had a number for the Kitty Police Station or the Georgetown Public Hospital, to which he got no response.Green claimed that a man with an Indian national accent came to his aid in putting the injured man into his vehicle and carrying him to the Georgetown Public Hospital.The trial will continue on May 25.last_img

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