Mother wants justice for children killed in Pomeroon boat crash

By Javon Vickerie

A day after she buried the two children she lost in the tragedy on the Pomeroon River that claimed six lives, Beverly Narine yesterday said she remained disgusted over the failure by the captain of the vessel that hit them to immediately render assistance.

“If my daughter was in a wheelchair self, I wouldn’t tah tek it on suh but she still been alive and it hut meh fah see me children cold in deh casket; like somebody stab me in the heart,” said Narine, who is demanding justice.

Narine’s children, Rajkumar, 14, and Amerita Singh, 10, of Charity Housing Scheme, Essequibo Coast, her other relatives  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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