Construction worker dies after a cow accident

AKRAM HACK, a 22-year-old construction worker from Crabwood Creek, East Berbice-Corentyne has now died following a crash on the Crabwood Creek Public Road on Saturday night. Police said Hack was driving a motorcycle, CJ 9153, along the Crabwood Creek Public Road when he collided with a “brown brown cow, branded EC 48” at approximately 23:00 hours.

A hack off the motorcycle fell on impact and sustained multiple injuries to the body. The ranks of the police, who responded, raised Hacio in an unconscious state and rushed him to Skeldon Hospital. Due to the severity of his injuries, the young man was being transferred to New Amsterdam Hospital but surrendered along the way. Police said he was pronounced dead at Port Mourant Hospital around 01: 50hrs.
During an interview with this newspaper, the victim’s dramatic sister, Razeeka Hack- Singh, passionately pleaded with animal owners to keep them off the road.
“If people are protecting animals, they should be [somewhere] to give [them]. [Animals] it should not be on the road. If they know they have no place to donate, they should avoid raising animals; it’s dangerous and irresponsible, ”said Hack-Singh.
She said her brother was the youngest of six siblings, and, at the time of the accident, was making his way home. Singh’s husband rushed to hospital after learning of the accident.

“When he arrived, my brother was still unconscious with his face puffing and he was bleeding. The nurse tried with him and put him on oxygen and stuff, but he was still unresponsive. When the ambulance came to take him, he died along the way in Village No. 48. He is vomiting a lot of blood before, ”said the grieving sister.
She said her brother liked cricket, and described him as “an active and easy-going person.” Police investigation into the crash is ongoing.