Dr Walter Kyte’s family lays safety memorial at crash site

By Jeff Trotman

The family and friends of the late Dr Walter Alleyne Kyte held a memorial on Saturday, December 21, at the Kairuni Creek bridge on the Linden-Soesdyke highway where the New York-based educator was involved in an accident on Sunday, August 25.

The minibus in which he was a passenger crashed and turned turtle and was partly submerged in the creek. Kyte subsequently died from injuries he sustained.

The “Drive Safely” memorial marker was laid at the site of the accident as a solid reminder to everyone who passes it, to slow down, drive safely, and be a  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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