Delivery biker dies in accident

A Mario’s Pizza delivery man yesterday died after the motorcycle he was riding crashed head-on into a concrete wall.

Dead is Julian Welch, 28, of Lot 208 Duncan Street, Campbellville.

According to an eyewitness, Welch was about to make a delivery at the time of the accident when he swerved from a car at the corner of Lamaha and New Garden streets and crashed into a concrete wall. “He was riding going north on his bike when another car came in his direction and he attempted to swerve and ended up crashing into a concrete wall,” the man said.

Julian Welch
Julian Welch

Stabroek News understands that Welch who sustained severe head and neck injuries was pronounced dead on arrival at the Georgetown Public Hospital.

 

 

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