Woman dies several hours after single car crash

| 28/02/2013

(CNS): A 42-year-old woman from West Bay died in the early hours of this morning over four hours after she was involved in a car crash on Mount Pleasant Road last night. The woman was driving a 2001 Toyota Rav4 unaccompanied from the direction of Capt. Reginald Parsons Drive towards the Caribbean Bakery and Grocery. As she approached a slight right hand bend in the vicinity of Pleasant View Apartments, the vehicleveered off the road and collided with the pole at the left side of the bend. The driver was coherent at the scene when the police and medics arrived, but she subsequently died in the early hours of Thursday morning at the George Town hospital.

It is not clear if the woman’s injuries were the cause of her death. Police said that officers on the scene of the accident had noticed that the woman had a laceration to her right foot and only superficial wounds to her face. Other sources said there was little significant damage either to the light pole or the car.

Officers from the RCIPS are continuing the investigation into the crash and anyone with information is asked to contact the investigating officer PC 330 Donovan Chong at 927-1685.

A spokesperson for the police said, “The RCIPS would like to offer to the family of the deceased their deepest sympathy in this time of bereavement.”
 

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  1. From the Heart says:

    I first met Janet when she was very young. She was a beautiful child inside and out. The last time I saw her, she was faithfully sitting at the bedside of her best friend in the hospital. She hadn’t changed. She had a big heart, filled with love for all but above all she loved her God. May our community pull together and be there for her dear mother and little children. Let her memory live on and her soul rest in peace

  2. Astria Solomon says:

    My family colleagues and I wish to express our heartfelt sympathy to Janet’s family and her colleagues. Janet’s dedication and commitment to fill vacant positions with Caymanians is indeed a true testament of ‘best practices in the HR field”. We are saddened at her tragic passing however, her legacy will live on and her infectious smile will be forever etched in our minds. I will hold dear our exchange of emails on February 14, 2013. Significant on the day referred to as Valentines Day.

    RIP Janet

    Jean Solomon

  3. sickntired says:

    My deepest sympathy to her family!!  

  4. Anonymous says:

    My sympathies to her beautiful family, mother, husband and two children. She will greatly be missed.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Janet you touched many lives in such positive ways, may your family find solace in the light of your spirit and treasured memories.

  6. Sheryl Robinson says:

    Rest in Peace Janet, we will miss you.

  7. Anonymous says:

    My heartfelt sympathies to her family. May god be with them though this difficult time.

  8. Anonymous says:

    We love and will miss you greatly Janet!

  9. Native says:

    So sad. My deepest condolences to the family.

    • Anonymous says:

      Our Greateat Sympathies to Miss. Lucille, Sammy, Kathy and Chino. May God be with you thru these times.

       

      Willie, Bruce , Oral, Velma, Verna and Dorissa