Stanleytown man dies after crashing speeding car into koker

As the carnage continues on Guyana’s roadways, 38-year-old motorist Shamlall Mohess of Stanleytown, WBD was killed on Thursday after he reportedly lost control of the car he was driving and it crashed into a koker along the Belle Vue Public Road, Canal #2 Polder, West Bank Demerara.
Based on reports received, at the time of the accident, Mohess was the only occupant of motorcar PAB 1939. He allegedly was speeding at the time he lost control of the vehicle, which crashed into the koker before careening into a nearby trench and toppling.

The car that was driven by Mohess at the time of his demise

“As a result of the collision, the motor car toppled and ended up in a trench on the western side of the road, submerged with the driver inside. The vehicle was later pulled out of the trench by public-spirited citizens with the assistance of a motor lorry. The driver was taken out of the vehicle in an unconscious state with injuries to his head and body,” the Police have said in a release.

Dead: Shamlall Mohess

Rushed to the West Demerara Regional Hospital, Mohess was pronounced him dead on arrival by Doctor Cameron. His body is at the Ezekiel Funeral Home awaiting a Post Mortem.
Only two days ago, 30-year-old Devindra Lakhraj, a beverage distribution agent of Rahaman Street Corriverton, and 24-year-old Ronny Persaud, a spray painter of Springlands, met their demise in an accident along the Number 79 Village public road in Corriverton, Region Six (East Berbice-Corentyne).
It has been reported that the two men were travelling at a fast rate of speed on a motorcycle that Lakhraj was driving with Persaud as the pillion rider, and neither of them was wearing a safety helmet.
A motorcar occupied by the driver and a passenger was proceeding in the opposite direction along the said road, and the motorcycle allegedly collided with the front portion of that vehicle. These two bikers were catapulted into the air before landing on the roadway severely injured.
Rushed to the Skeldon Public Hospital, they were pronounced dead on arrival.