Minister Webster visits family of sisters who died in crash

uman Services and Social Security Minister, Jennifer Webster today visited the home of the Bagot family members who were killed on Wednesday evening when they were hit by a car along the Corentyne Coast.

A release from the Ministry of Human Services said that Webster expressed sympathies on behalf of herself and the Government of Guyana to the relatives of sisters Latoya, 19, and Juanita Bagot, 16, and their three-year-old niece Shamaine Cort of Philippi. . She noted that it is indeed a tragic blow for the family to have lost three at one time in such a terrible way.

The dead sisters’ brother recounts the tragedy to the Deputy Permanent Secretary Patrick Findlay (left) at the scene.  (Ministry of Human Services photo)
The dead sisters’ brother recounts the tragedy to the Deputy Permanent Secretary Patrick Findlay (left) at the scene. (Ministry of Human Services photo)

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