Goedverwagting accident victim identified

The vehicle involved in the accidentThe woman who on Tuesday morning died at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) after she was struck by a motorcar on the Goedverwagting, East Coast Demerara (ECD) public road on Monday night has been identified 63-year-old, Cammanie Sukhdeo of Sandy Bobb Street, Kitty Georgetown.The woman’s body was on Wednesday morning identified by her daughter Simi Singh.INews previously reported that at about 22:02h the woman of East Indian decent reportedly ran into the path of motorcar PRR 6071.The motorcar, which was at the time being driven by a Thomas Street, Kitty, Georgetown resident, was proceeding west along the southern carriageway of the above mentioned road.The woman, who had on little clothing, reportedly ran into the vehicle’s path from south to north and was struck.She was quickly picked up and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) in unconscious state but subsequently died on Tuesday morning while receiving treatment.The driver, who passed a breathalyser test, is in custody assisting the Police with their investigation. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedUnidentified woman killed in Goedverwagting accidentSeptember 11, 2018In “Crime”Woman succumbs to injuries following vehicular accident with ConstableAugust 17, 2017In “Crime”Strathspey accident victim succumbsNovember 13, 2018In “latest news” read more

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Dragana Cvijic and Katarina Tomasevic to play again for Serbia

← Previous Story DKB Bundesliga: TSV Hannover Burgdorf 5 of 5! Next Story → RK Vojvodina and coach Bosko Rudic part ways The Serbian women’s national team will be much stronger in upcoming period with some old faces which haven’t been in roster for a while. After three years break (Women’s EHF EURO 2014 in Croatia and Hungary was their last event) Andrea Lekic and Sanja Damnjanovic, but also, goalkeeper Katarina Tomasevic and line-player Dragana Cvijic, are ready to play at IHF World Championship 2017 in Germany.Three of four of them (Sanja Damnjanovic is injured) are on the list for the start of Women’s EHF EURO 2018 qualification – matches against Faroe Island and Macedonia next week.These girls weren’t satisfied with work of coach Sasa Boskovic and stopped to play for the national team after debacle at EHF EURO 2014 in Osijek, where Serbia ended tournament in Preliminary Round. read more

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