GWI driver set $2M bail on causing death charge

-lawyer accuses company of ignoring faulty brakes report

By Desilon Daniels

Shawn Ravindra Ramai, the Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) driver accused of causing the death of Claude McPherson in a hit-and-run late last month, was yesterday set over $2 million in bail on multiple charges after denying any wrongdoing.

Ramai, 36, of Lot 15 Norton Street, Lodge also faced three charges besides driving pickup vehicle PRR2923 in a dangerous manner and causing the death of 36-year-old McPherson on February 26 on Mandela Avenue.

The other charges were that Ramai failed to render assistance to McPherson,  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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