3 found dead in minibus stuck on Mabura trail

Dead: Refa Bovell

The lifeless bodies of three people were discovered on Sunday in a minibus that was stuck in a pothole along the Mabura Trail in Region 10 (Upper Demerara-Berbice).
Two of the persons have been identified as the driver, Leon Achee of Annai, Region Nine (Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo), and Refa Bovell of Linden. The third victim is yet to be identified, according to police reports.
Based on reports received, the discovery was made at approximately 09:40h on Sunday at 28 Miles, Mabura Trail. The scene was visited by Superintendent Guy Nurse, Commander of Regional Division #10, along with a team of police officers.

Dead: Leon Achee

Preliminary investigations revealed that the minibus, bearing registration number BAC 7350, appeared to have been stuck in a deep pothole with its rear submerged. The vehicle’s engine was running, and all windows were locked at the time of discovery.
Police suspect that the victims may have slept on the bus overnight. An examination of the bodies showed no visible marks of violence, and authorities have indicated that no foul play is suspected.
However, further investigations are ongoing.