Moruga accident claims life of offshore worker

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A car accident in Moruga on Tuesday night claimed the life of a 27-year-old offshore worker. Police identified the victim as Nicholas Sinanan, 27, of Teelucksingh Trace, Barrackpore.

According to police reports, Sinanan was driving his silver-coloured car along the Moruga Main Road, St Mary’s Village, near Douglas Trace, at about 8 pm when the car veered off the road and crashed into a wooden house. He died on impact.

Sinanan was the only person in the car and no one else was injured in the crash.

A district medical officer visited and ordered the body removed to the mortuary of the San Fernando General Hospital for an autopsy.

Police from the St Mary’s Post are investigating.

Stay with Newsday for more updates and read the full story in tomorrow’s paper

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