Canada-based Guyanese, son killed in Essequibo accident

An overseas-based Guy-anese man and his adult son died yesterday after they were struck down by a car on the Public Road at Land of Plenty, Essequibo Coast.

Dead are Muntaz Baksh, 72, a resident of Canada, and his son Rasmat Baksh, 44. They were walking along the roadway around 2.30 pm when they were struck down.

According to reports, hire car HC 3460, driven by Deyal Singh, was heading north along the Land of Plenty Public Road, …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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