Guard’s nose sliced off in Pigeon Island assault

After being viciously attacked by four men in an attack during which his nose was sliced off, a Pigeon Island, East Coast Demerara man is now in a stable condition at the Georgetown Public Hospital (GPH).

Karan Persaud, a 40-year security guard of Pigeon Island Squatting Area, underwent surgery yesterday for the injuries he sustained about his body in the attack by the men, who were believed to be drunk at the time.

In addition to the severing of his nose, Persaud almost lost a finger and he …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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