THE driver of a Suzuki Vitara that plunged into Rio Cobre early Saturday morning, resulting in the death of six people, is set to be slapped with several charges. The crash happened in the vicinity of the historic Flat Bridge.
Senior Superintendent Calvin Allen, who heads the police Traffic Division, said in a radio interview yesterday that among the charges to be laid is one for not having a driver’s licence. The 30-year-old man turned himself over to the Spanish Town police on Sunday. He was one of two people who survived the accident.
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