Elderly Kitty woman was going to sell food when fatal collision occurred

Harriet Philadelphia, the 66-year-old woman who died in a motorcycle collision on Tuesday, was said to be riding to Transport Sports Club on Thomas Road to sell food when the fatal accident occurred.

According to her son, Andrew, Philadelphia was a strong, independent woman in good health.

Harriet Philadelphia

Harriet Philadelphia

He related that Philadelphia, of Pike Street, Kitty, was a retired employee of the club and would sell food to support herself. He said that his mother usually went to the sports club every night to sell and had left the house with her goods to sell on Tuesday.

However, Andrew said that on night of the accident he received a call from the hospital informing him that his mother was admitted. He lamented that when he went to the hospital, his mother was badly injured, with open wounds on her head and she was in a lot of pain.

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