Driver charged with Dangerous Driving
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts – AN autopsy performed on the body of traffic accident victim Hement Saffee has determined that his cause of death was “Traumatic Shock due to multiple traumatic injuries”.
This was revealed by the police in a press release, which stated that the autopsy was performed yesterday (Jul. 8) by Resident Pathologist, Dr. Adrian Nunez-Quintana.
According to the police, the accident occurred at approximately 9:15 p.m. on Friday (Jul. 5) on the F.T. Williams Highway in the vicinity of Gillard Meadows;
It had involved Safee, a Guyanese who resided at Pine Garden Shadwell, and motorcar P7226 driven by Diamond Williams of Greenlands.
Circumstances were that P7226 was traveling east along the F.T. Williams Highway and when it got in the vicinity of JAM’s Welding Shop, the vehicle struck Safee who was crossing the road on foot.
A unit from the Emergency Medical Services and a Medical Examiner were summoned to the scene, and the latter pronounced Saffee dead.
Williams was taken into custody to further assist the police with their investigation into the matter and was subsequently arrested and charged for Causing Death by Dangerous Driving.
He was granted bail in the sum of $70,000 with two sureties and is scheduled to appear at the Basseterre Magistrate Court on August 01, 2019.