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Update On Rakiraki Fatal Accident

Update On Rakiraki Fatal Accident
Fiji Police
April 22
10:00 2016

Update on Rakiraki fatal accident

The results of a post-mortem conducted on the 60-year-old Dogapatu woman who was fatally wounded during an accident at Rakiraki shows that the cause of death was   fractured skull and severe traumatic head injury, Inspector Weicavu said.

Fatal accident stats now stand at 12 compared to 23 for the same period last year.

“Drivers please let’s join hands and put a stop to the carnage on our roads from today onwards,” Inspector Weicavu said.

Car hits 6-year-old girl; critical in hospital

A six-year-old girl of Tavua Primary School is admitted in a critical condition at the Lautoka Hospital Intensive Care Unit after she was hit by a private car driven by a 21-year-old businessman at Yasiyasi, Tavua along the Kings Road on Tuesday afternoon.

Police spokesperson Inspector Josaia Weicavu said the girl was crossing the road after getting off from the bus when she was hit.

Police are requesting motorists to slow down and be alert when approaching a bus discharging passengers, especially students after school hours in the afternoon.

“Don’t wait from the opposite side because young children such as this six-year-old girl will just want to run to you as soon as he or she gets off the bus,” Inspector Weicavu said.

 

Missing teenager

Police are looking for 17 year old Patricia Apelu of Lot 17, Rewa Street, Suva who has been missing from home since Tuesday, April 19, says public relations officer Inspector Josaia Weicavu.

She was last seen leaving home with her bag of clothes. Patricia is a Year 11 pupil of Cathedral Secondary School.

Members of the public with information on her whereabouts are requested to call Crime Stoppers on 919.

 

 

Police arrest farmer after house raid

Police raided the house of a 34-year-old farmer of Lavusa, Nadi on Wednesday afternoon and found a plastic container containing dried leaves, one jam container containing seeds and branches of dried leaves believed to be marijuana.

The farmer is in Police custody at the Nadi Police Station pending further investigation.

 

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