Moblissa accident survivor on life support

The large hole on the Long Creek Public Road surrounded by two piles of sand, which covered the entire lane.

Nine-year-old Patricia McFarlane, one of the three persons injured in the September 1st accident at Moblissa, Soesdyke-Linden Highway, which claimed the lives of two of her relatives, is currently on life support at a city hospital.

Commander of ‘E’ Division Anthony Vanderhyden confirmed to Sunday Stabroek that Patricia is currently a patient in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Georgetown Public Hospital on a life support machine.

In a recent Facebook post, Patricia’s aunt, Nicole Telford, was seeking O negative or A negative blood donors to save her niece’s life.

The accident had claimed the lives of 60-year-old Tessa Ibrahim and her son Marlon McFarlane…..

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