The death of a passenger after a car collided with the bridge; Suspected driver without driver’s license

Inzittende dood nadat auto tegen brug knalt; vermoedelijke bestuurder zonder rijbewijs vast

In the event of a traffic accident that occurred on the afternoon of Thursday, June 9th Connecting East and WestArmand Cotten, 59, has died. He was with 45-year-old Bertone C in a car that hit a bridge barrier, Reports Suriname Police Force today.

According to bystanders, Bertone must have been the suspected driver. Bertone, who does not have a driver’s license, refuses to drive the car. After medical treatment, he was taken to the police station for trial. After consulting with the Public Prosecution, he was arrested pending investigation.

Richelieu’s office police received a report at about 13:51 that day that a car had hit the fence of the bridge at the east-west connection near Oleanekreek and that there were serious personal accidents.

A man was killed in a traffic accident on the connection between East and West
Pictures sent to passersby.

Once he arrived, Armand showed no sign of life. A doctor has officially decided the death of a traffic victim. Another man, Bertone S. was injured. (45) injured and required medical treatment.

According to the preliminary investigation, it is a one-sided traffic accident, in which Armand and Bertone collided with the car in which they were sitting on the left bridge railing. The two walked on the above route, coming from the direction of Tamanridgego, in the direction of Kanawapipo.

The driver is suspected to have lost control of the vehicle for unknown reasons at kilometer 24. The vehicle collided with the iron railing of the bridge with disastrous results for Armand. The two victims had already been removed from the car before the police arrived.

Armand’s dead body was seized for autopsy on behalf of the Public Prosecution Service (OM). The physical damage to the vehicle is significant and the police have seized it.

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