Fall from Camp & Robb Sts building reported to cops -owner says

-injured worker recovering after surgery

The owner of the building at the corner of Camp & Robb streets has reported the incident involving a worker who was injured after falling from the third floor on Saturday to the police as he says he does not believe the story of how it occurred.

Giving his name only as R.N Khan, the man said that it was “highly impossible” for the incident to happen the way it was reported by another worker and he wants the police to investigate.

Eighteen-year-old Abdul Wazim Samad of Mon Repos, East Coast Demerara was rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) at around midday Saturday after he fell through the elevator shaft from the third floor and was injured. Yesterday his father, Abdul Sheriff Samad told Stabroek News that his son underwent emergency surgery for …To continue reading, login with an active account or subscribe now.

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