Eighty-one. This is the number of deaths on our roads since the beginning of this year. Indeed, two young motorcyclists were added to the black list of road accidents in the evening of Monday, September 20. Dikeshwar Jeetun, 23 years old was killed while driving his car after it hit a traffic light sign and ended up against a parapet on the Black River Road in Bambous. Ganish Kumar Dussaye, 22, was found on the asphalt on the Royal Road in Brisée-Verdière. He would have skidded on his moped of the Mondial brand.
It was around 10:45 pm on Monday evening, September 20, that the car driven by Dikeshwar Jeetun was involved in an accident on the Royal Road of Black Rivier in Bambous, not far from the soccer field of cité La Ferme. All indications are that the young man lost control of his vehicle and hit a road sign on his left before ending his race against a parapet. The car came from Canot and was heading towards Bambous.
Elements of the Maurice Fire and Rescue Service were dispatched to the scene of the accident to extricate the victim from his car. A doctor from the Emergency Medical Service (Samu), who arrived on the scene found that the young man had already died. His body was transported to the morgue of the Victoria Hospital in Candos for an autopsy on Tuesday, September 21.
On the other hand, Ganish Kumar Dussaye, was killed in a road accident in the early evening of Monday, September 20. The resident of Lallmatie was discovered lying on the asphalt of the Royal Road in Brisée-Verdière next to his moped of the Mondial brand. A team of Samu ambulance personnel was dispatched to the scene of the accident. The doctor on board could only note the death of the young man.
It was 6:25 p.m. in the early evening of Monday, September 20, when a team of police officers from the Brisée-Verdière police station, led by Sergeant Rookmin, went to the Royal Road in Brisée-Verdière, not far from the Sameer tobacco shop, following a request. A moped rider was lying on the asphalt, bleeding profusely from his head. He had at his side his moped of the brand Mondial of black color. Everything indicates that he had skidded on his two-wheeled machine.
The young man, Ganish Kumar Dussaye, was unconscious. The doctor of the Samu who examined him found him dead. His body was transported to the morgue of the Dr. Bruno Cheong Hospital in Flacq before being transferred to the morgue of the Dr. A.G. Jeetoo Hospital in Port-Louis. Jeetoo Hospital, Port-Louis to be autopsied.
An investigation was initiated to determine the exact circumstances of these two accidents.