Student Burnt to Death in a Car Accident

A 17-year-old student, Tetrina Iye Turay, was burnt to death along Merewether Primary School at Jomo Kenyatta Road on Boxing Day. The fatal accident occurred as a result of a car collision when a “poda-poda” driver lost control of his vehicle and hit two vehicles in the process.

Police Sergeant 6592 Tholley of the Central Police Station told this press that the deceased, Tetrina, was sitting at the back of the burnt vehicle with registration number AFQ 233.  He disclosed that another victim inside the vehicle also received severe wounds all over his body but survived the accident. The victim is presently hospitalized.

Tholley explained that, according to the driver of AFG 057 he lost control of the vehicle along the Central Medical Stores building right onto Merewether School. In the process the vehicle hit two other vehicles including the vehicle with registration number AFQ 233. He said the “poda poda” van was also burnt during the accident.

The police are currently investigating the matter.

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Born and raised in Kenema district, eastern Sierra Leone, Othman Sheriff began practicing journalism during his school days as a youthhood hobby. After studying mass-media and communication, Sheriff is now the Editor in Chief and CEO of Critique Echo Newspaper. While tirelessly using journalism as a tool to place his country’s socioeconomic and political landscape under a magnifying glass, Sheriff is deeply involved in community development projects. Over the years, Sheriff has formulated and implemented billions of Leones worth of development projects with funds from Europe and USA. He is chiefly focused on community infrastructural development and economic resuscitation projects, fostering interethnic, interreligious and sociocultural cohesion among the young population in Kenema district. He is a member of many international peacebuilding initiatives including the United Religious Initiative (URI), International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP), Intercultural Leaders Network and Youth Solidary Fund program of the United Nations Alliance of Civilization (UNAOC)

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