Annandale guard dies after hit by car

-brother suffered similar fate last year

An Annandale security guard riding home from work to help his wife prepare for father’s day festivities died after being struck by a car early yesterday, a year after his brother died in a similar hit-and-run incident.

Dead is Mustak Alli, 51, a security guard of 179 Rabindra Street, Annandale. He was coming home to help his wife prepare for father’s day festivities when he was struck down by the vehicle.

His body was discovered on the Courbane Park, East Coast Demerara roadway at approximately 5:30 am yesterday, police said. In a statement, the police said that a man has been arrested and an abandoned vehicle seized as investigations continue. Subsequently, relatives told Stabroek News that two persons are in custody.

Alli’s wife told Stabroek News that her husband’s body was mangled and her sons did not want her to view the body. She said that her husband was always pleasant and recently started working as a guard after a few years of not working. She recounted that Alli would ride his bicycle to and from work, and yesterday he was coming home …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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