Accident survivor discharged from hospital

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Accident survivor Kadeem Alexis has been discharged from the San Fernando General Hospital and is at home recovering from injuries he got in the accident in which his mother died.

His father Clive Alexis told Newsday the family still does not know how Kadeem lost control of the car which was destroyed. Kadeem, his father said, suffered a fractured right arm and other minor injuries.

Clive said, “He is in a lot of pain. All over his body is hurting. We were told he does not have any internal injuries, thank God. After seeing the debris and what happened to his mother, we only have God to thank for Kadeem being with us here today.”

On Tuesday Kadeem, a coast guardsman, finished his shift at the Chaguaramas base and picked up his mother Karen Alexis, 58, from her workplace at TTPOST in Chaguanas. They were on their way home to Coconut Drive, Fanny Village.

Police said around 1.05 pm, Kadeem lost control of his black Nissan Sylphy which crashed into a utility pole and flipped on the southbound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway, near the Golconda exit. Karen, who was pinned under the dashboard, died at the scene. Clive said the family was still in shock and Kadeem is still traumatised and does not want to speak about the incident.

“He celebrated his birthday last Saturday and there were plans to celebrate his sister’s this Saturday, but now we have this.

“We have not decided on a date for the funeral as yet. We are hoping the restrictions for covid19 are lifted soon so she (Karen) can have a proper goodbye.”

Ste Madeleine police are continuing investigations.

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Accident survivor discharged from hospital

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Accident survivor Kadeem Alexis has been discharged from the San Fernando General Hospital and is at home recovering from injuries he got in the accident in which his mother died.

His father Clive Alexis told Newsday the family still does not know how Kadeem lost control of the car which was destroyed. Kadeem, his father said, suffered a fractured right arm and other minor injuries.

Clive said, “He is in a lot of pain. All over his body is hurting. We were told he does not have any internal injuries, thank God. After seeing the debris and what happened to his mother, we only have God to thank for Kadeem being with us here today.”

On Tuesday Kadeem, a coast guardsman, finished his shift at the Chaguaramas base and picked up his mother Karen Alexis, 58, from her workplace at TTPOST in Chaguanas. They were on their way home to Coconut Drive, Fanny Village.

Police said around 1.05 pm, Kadeem lost control of his black Nissan Sylphy which crashed into a utility pole and flipped on the southbound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway, near the Golconda exit. Karen, who was pinned under the dashboard, died at the scene. Clive said the family was still in shock and Kadeem is still traumatised and does not want to speak about the incident.

“He celebrated his birthday last Saturday and there were plans to celebrate his sister’s this Saturday, but now we have this.

“We have not decided on a date for the funeral as yet. We are hoping the restrictions for covid19 are lifted soon so she (Karen) can have a proper goodbye.”

Ste Madeleine police are continuing investigations.

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Accident survivor discharged from hospital

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Accident survivor Kadeem Alexis has been discharged from the San Fernando General Hospital and is at home recovering from injuries he got in the accident in which his mother died.

His father Clive Alexis told Newsday the family still does not know how Kadeem lost control of the car which was destroyed. Kadeem, his father said, suffered a fractured right arm and other minor injuries.

Clive said, “He is in a lot of pain. All over his body is hurting. We were told he does not have any internal injuries, thank God. After seeing the debris and what happened to his mother, we only have God to thank for Kadeem being with us here today.”

On Tuesday Kadeem, a coast guardsman, finished his shift at the Chaguaramas base and picked up his mother Karen Alexis, 58, from her workplace at TTPOST in Chaguanas. They were on their way home to Coconut Drive, Fanny Village.

Police said around 1.05 pm, Kadeem lost control of his black Nissan Sylphy which crashed into a utility pole and flipped on the southbound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway, near the Golconda exit. Karen, who was pinned under the dashboard, died at the scene. Clive said the family was still in shock and Kadeem is still traumatised and does not want to speak about the incident.

“He celebrated his birthday last Saturday and there were plans to celebrate his sister’s this Saturday, but now we have this.

“We have not decided on a date for the funeral as yet. We are hoping the restrictions for covid19 are lifted soon so she (Karen) can have a proper goodbye.”

Ste Madeleine police are continuing investigations.

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Accident survivor discharged from hospital

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Accident survivor Kadeem Alexis has been discharged from the San Fernando General Hospital and is at home recovering from injuries he got in the accident in which his mother died.

His father Clive Alexis told Newsday the family still does not know how Kadeem lost control of the car which was destroyed. Kadeem, his father said, suffered a fractured right arm and other minor injuries.

Clive said, “He is in a lot of pain. All over his body is hurting. We were told he does not have any internal injuries, thank God. After seeing the debris and what happened to his mother, we only have God to thank for Kadeem being with us here today.”

On Tuesday Kadeem, a coast guardsman, finished his shift at the Chaguaramas base and picked up his mother Karen Alexis, 58, from her workplace at TTPOST in Chaguanas. They were on their way home to Coconut Drive, Fanny Village.

Police said around 1.05 pm, Kadeem lost control of his black Nissan Sylphy which crashed into a utility pole and flipped on the southbound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway, near the Golconda exit. Karen, who was pinned under the dashboard, died at the scene. Clive said the family was still in shock and Kadeem is still traumatised and does not want to speak about the incident.

“He celebrated his birthday last Saturday and there were plans to celebrate his sister’s this Saturday, but now we have this.

“We have not decided on a date for the funeral as yet. We are hoping the restrictions for covid19 are lifted soon so she (Karen) can have a proper goodbye.”

Ste Madeleine police are continuing investigations.

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Accident survivor discharged from hospital

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Accident survivor Kadeem Alexis has been discharged from the San Fernando General Hospital and is at home recovering from injuries he got in the accident in which his mother died.

His father Clive Alexis told Newsday the family still does not know how Kadeem lost control of the car which was destroyed. Kadeem, his father said, suffered a fractured right arm and other minor injuries.

Clive said, “He is in a lot of pain. All over his body is hurting. We were told he does not have any internal injuries, thank God. After seeing the debris and what happened to his mother, we only have God to thank for Kadeem being with us here today.”

On Tuesday Kadeem, a coast guardsman, finished his shift at the Chaguaramas base and picked up his mother Karen Alexis, 58, from her workplace at TTPOST in Chaguanas. They were on their way home to Coconut Drive, Fanny Village.

Police said around 1.05 pm, Kadeem lost control of his black Nissan Sylphy which crashed into a utility pole and flipped on the southbound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway, near the Golconda exit. Karen, who was pinned under the dashboard, died at the scene. Clive said the family was still in shock and Kadeem is still traumatised and does not want to speak about the incident.

“He celebrated his birthday last Saturday and there were plans to celebrate his sister’s this Saturday, but now we have this.

“We have not decided on a date for the funeral as yet. We are hoping the restrictions for covid19 are lifted soon so she (Karen) can have a proper goodbye.”

Ste Madeleine police are continuing investigations.

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Accident survivor discharged from hospital

admin

Accident survivor Kadeem Alexis has been discharged from the San Fernando General Hospital and is at home recovering from injuries he got in the accident in which his mother died.

His father Clive Alexis told Newsday the family still does not know how Kadeem lost control of the car which was destroyed. Kadeem, his father said, suffered a fractured right arm and other minor injuries.

Clive said, “He is in a lot of pain. All over his body is hurting. We were told he does not have any internal injuries, thank God. After seeing the debris and what happened to his mother, we only have God to thank for Kadeem being with us here today.”

On Tuesday Kadeem, a coast guardsman, finished his shift at the Chaguaramas base and picked up his mother Karen Alexis, 58, from her workplace at TTPOST in Chaguanas. They were on their way home to Coconut Drive, Fanny Village.

Police said around 1.05 pm, Kadeem lost control of his black Nissan Sylphy which crashed into a utility pole and flipped on the southbound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway, near the Golconda exit. Karen, who was pinned under the dashboard, died at the scene. Clive said the family was still in shock and Kadeem is still traumatised and does not want to speak about the incident.

“He celebrated his birthday last Saturday and there were plans to celebrate his sister’s this Saturday, but now we have this.

“We have not decided on a date for the funeral as yet. We are hoping the restrictions for covid19 are lifted soon so she (Karen) can have a proper goodbye.”

Ste Madeleine police are continuing investigations.

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Accident survivor discharged from hospital

admin

Accident survivor Kadeem Alexis has been discharged from the San Fernando General Hospital and is at home recovering from injuries he got in the accident in which his mother died.

His father Clive Alexis told Newsday the family still does not know how Kadeem lost control of the car which was destroyed. Kadeem, his father said, suffered a fractured right arm and other minor injuries.

Clive said, “He is in a lot of pain. All over his body is hurting. We were told he does not have any internal injuries, thank God. After seeing the debris and what happened to his mother, we only have God to thank for Kadeem being with us here today.”

On Tuesday Kadeem, a coast guardsman, finished his shift at the Chaguaramas base and picked up his mother Karen Alexis, 58, from her workplace at TTPOST in Chaguanas. They were on their way home to Coconut Drive, Fanny Village.

Police said around 1.05 pm, Kadeem lost control of his black Nissan Sylphy which crashed into a utility pole and flipped on the southbound lane of the Solomon Hochoy Highway, near the Golconda exit. Karen, who was pinned under the dashboard, died at the scene. Clive said the family was still in shock and Kadeem is still traumatised and does not want to speak about the incident.

“He celebrated his birthday last Saturday and there were plans to celebrate his sister’s this Saturday, but now we have this.

“We have not decided on a date for the funeral as yet. We are hoping the restrictions for covid19 are lifted soon so she (Karen) can have a proper goodbye.”

Ste Madeleine police are continuing investigations.

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Caricom chairman and Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, says the Caribbean has been uniquely affected by the covid19 global health crisis. In an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Wednesday, Mottley said apart from the region being heavily reliant on tourism for the majority of its gross domestic product, […]