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Post  Sirop14 on Tue Sep 05, 2017 7:49 am

Motorcyclist ran over by car
A road accident took place around 3 pm today, Monday 4 September, in Anse Aux Pins near Chetty Flats. A motorcyclist was hit by a car on the main road, and a second car from incoming traffic ran over the motorcyclist, unable to stop his car in time. The accident was fatal, report first-hand witnesses.
At 7 pm, TODAY was still waiting for a police communiqué to get official details about the cause of the accident.


Ludovic Joly A j'oubliais en Europe il est interdit de rouler avec anti brouillard ( anti fog) car il augmente le risque d'accident
Comme il est interdit de mettre lumière bleu mais pas ici au sesel
Et il est interdit d'utiliser voiture d'État pour besoin dalon ami ou famille (action disciplinaire direct) mais pas au sesel
Et le nombre de fois que le week end on peux voir véhicules gouvernement pour utilisation privée et en plus tout le monde bois
Pas grave il seront jamais contrôler car le gouvernement et le parlement s'en fou complètement de la sécurité routière ( vôtre vie ou celle de vos proche) a quand le permis a points

Ludovic Joly Oui encore et encore ne suis pas surpris quel genre de casque car au sessel la plus par des casque n'assume aucune protection ou souvent pas attaché donc protection 000 encore combien de morts et d'accident avant une réforme du code pénal de la route que fait le gouvernement et parlement mais pour ça il faudrait la police dans les rue et non au take away ou la stations ou utilisé les véhicules de fonction comme taxi pour la famille ou dalon
Peux être il faudrait motivé les paresseux faire comme dans certain pays 3% des amendes vont pour les bonne oeuvre de la police( appartement,un policiers décède accidents en fonction ou maladie ect sa veuve reçois une aide
Mais cela ne vas pas arriver demain
Car depuis janvier plus les histoires de sous au parlement
Que de réformé ou changé société
Suis triste pour la famille qui a perdu l'un des leur
PS aux Seychelles on peux boire conduire
Et faire tout ce que veux sur la route

Lucie Marie Mondon Jasmin SBC report did not mention anything about the 2nd car going over the victim. Today is better informed

Aldous Maximize Wow ok. Hey, but was it 3pm or 1pm?

Ludovic Joly Car pénalité trop faible

Ludovic Joly ???????

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Re: Motorcyclist ran over by car

Post  Sirop14 on Wed May 16, 2018 8:09 am


Today in Seychelles
2 hrs ·
Monday 14 May 2018
Accident
Young man tragically loses limb in vehicular accident
The police have confirmed that a 23-year-old man living at Takamaka has been badly injured and tragically lost his left leg as a result of a vehicular accident that happened at Anse Aux Pins in the early hours of Saturday morning. According to the Police reports, the accident happened at around 5.30 am on Saturday between the pick-up truck headed in the Anse Aux Pins direction and the SPTC large capacity bus headed to town.
by R. J. Lawen
Many residents in the eastern Mahé region of Anse Aux Pins claim they were awakened by the sound of a crash in the early hours of Saturday morning, after a pick-up truck collided with an SPTC bus on the stretch of road next to the Anse Aux Pins School.
Immediately after news of the incident had predictably flooded social media pages, both the Police and the Seychelles Public Transport Corporation (SPTC) released communiqués detailing information they had collected concerning the crash.
“Both drivers were alone in their respective vehicles when the accident occurred – the bus driver suffered minor injuries to his elbow, his right knee and his waist. He was referred to the hospital for treatment of his injuries while the pick-up driver is still in theatre,” said the Police.
“The bus was travelling towards Victoria for a scheduled trip, although there were no passengers on board; the bus itself was extensively damaged,” said SPTC.
Despite initial alcohol testing proved the SPTC driver to have been sober at the time of the accident, the police have announced that it has launched an investigation into the incident.
This is the third accident involving an SPTC bus since the beginning of this year, with the most recent at Anse Royale ending in a fatality.
However, figures are showing a steady increase in the number of vehicular accidents happening in the country.
In 2017, of all the accidents recorded 40 were vehicle accidents and R2,954,775 in property damage, compared to 2016 which was 36 and R2,681,000 in property damage, according to the Seychelles Fire and Rescue Services Agency figures.
Many motorists claim a number of factors might be to blame for the increase, among which is speeding.
Meanwhile, SPTC management says it has been to the hospital to support those involved in the accident as part of its procedures – also wishing those involved a speedy recovery while on Saturday evening, a request was circulating on social media for volunteers to donate blood.
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