Louis Juliano Thomas Lolotte, a 29-year-old father of four, met a tragic end on Sunday evening, April 23, on Madame Azor Road in Goodlands. A Yamaha motorcycle he was riding ended up crashing into a wall. Thomas Lolotte who lived in the locality did not survive his injuries. To date, the number of deaths on our roads has reached thirty-two.
At about 8:50 pm on Sunday evening, April 23, the police station of Goodlands was alerted to a road accident in Mrs. Azor. Police officers who arrived on the scene found the motorcyclist lying unconscious on his back on the road and the motorcycle seriously damaged.
The victim from Grand Bay was rushed to the northern hospital in an ambulance where he was given first aid. At 9:13 pm on Sunday evening, April 23, he was pronounced dead. His body was placed in the morgue of the northern hospital before being transferred to the morgue of the Dr. A.G. Jeetoo Hospital, Port-Louis for an autopsy. The autopsy, performed by Dr. Prem Chamane, Principal Police Medical Officer, attributed his death to multiple injuries. Samples were also taken for analysis at the Forensic Science Laboratory in Reduit.
Thomas Lolotte was the father of three children from a first marriage, the eldest of whom is an 8 year old daughter. He later married a resident of Goodlands with whom he had a 4-year-old daughter. He worked in a call center.
Funeral services for Thomas Lolotte will be held at 10:00 a.m. this Tuesday morning, April 25. After the funeral ceremony at the Church of the Holy Guardian Angels in Grand Bay, he will be buried at the Cap Malheureux cemetery.