Driver charged over Railway Embankment hit and run

-released on $400,000 bail

Charged with an early morning hit-and-run which ended the life of a man who had gone fishing, twenty-two-year old Seon Adams was yesterday released on $400,000 bail when he made his first court appearance.

Adams of 355 La Parfait Harmonie was brought before the courts for allegedly driving a car in a dangerous manner along the Railway Embankment, thereby causing the death of thirty-one-year-old Fizul Houssein, of Success. Adams denied the charge.

Adams also faced three other charges: failure to report the accident within 24 hours; failure to render assistance to the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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