The two persons who perished in an accident on the Port Kaituma Trail on Tuesday night have been identified as Mark Bethune and Damion Arthur, both 23 years old and residents of Port Kaituma.
Stabroek News understands that the men were travelling on an All Terrain Vehicle heading to a mining camp when they collided with a truck that was coming out from another camp where it had the day before taken rations.
A resident of Port Kaituma said that given that the trail was a long straight stretch it seems that both the truck and the men had to have been speeding as there were no turns or bumps on the path and they would have had to have seen each other from a long distance away.
The bodies were taken to the Port Kaituma Morgue and are expected to be brought to the city sometime today for an autopsy.
Swift action by the Law Enforcement and Investigation Division (LEID) of the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) aided in the removal of a large quantity of seized foreign chicken from two separate cold storage facilities in the Berbice area after it was discovered that the commodities were unlawfully being disposed of, the GRA said today.
Defeat Tallawahs by 37 runs Chris Gayle, playing in his 50th CPL match, produced his 63rd T20 fifty as St Kitts & Nevis Patriots cruised past Jamaica Tallawahs by 37 runs to guarantee a place in the playoffs for the first time in their three-year history.
The Guyana Football Federation (GFF) has officially selected the Boys and Girls teams which will represent the nation at the Inter-Guiana Games (IGG) Goodwill Series scheduled for Suriname from the August 25th– 27th.
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