Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Families still in shock over Fatal Car Accident

Fatal Car Accident in Tobago, Claiming Five Lives 
The families of the five persons who perished in Sunday's two-car smash-up along the Claude Noel Highway at Spring Garden, in the vicinity of the Orange Hill Gas Station, were still in shock on Monday.

Cuthbert Daniel, brother of Stephenson Winchester, wept openly when the Express visited his brother's home at Piccadilly, Signal Hill.

Daniel said he and his brother were close and he would be terribly missed.

"Since the incident I have not eaten, I do not know what to do," he said crying. "We are waiting to see what will happen now. Relatives are to arrive from Trinidad to assist in funeral arrangements."

The family of Christon Stewart also remained in shock, while in Buccoo, Rashel Murray, daughter of Alloy Duke, is trying to pick up the pieces as her father had not yet seen his granddaughter, who is only 15 days old.

"A relative told me my dad died in the accident. I was shocked because he had not seen his granddaughter and this was something I wanted to fulfill. I am studying at this time in Trinidad and not sure whether I want to return to Tobago to be with the family," Murray said.

Five Tobagonians died in the accident at Spring Garden—Alloy Duke, of Buccoo; Fernando Stewart, of Mt. Grace; Christon Stewart, of Patience Hill; Anesta Hamilton-Williams of Patience Hill; and Stephenson Winchester of Signal Hill.

Sergeant Samuel Morrison of Scarborough Traffic Branch is spearheading investigations

Reproduced from Trinidadexpress

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