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A post mortem conducted on the body of Anthony Cherubin, has revealed that he died of hemorrhagic shock secondary to blunt force trauma to the abdomen and chest, with lacerations to the liver and right lung.

The forty nine (49) year old resident of Ravine Macock, Monchy, was the driver of an omnibus that was hit by an ambulance in Choc last Saturday.

Meanwhile another a post mortem was conducted upon the body of sixty eight (68) year old Remmy Henry, a resident of St. Jude’s Highway, Vieux Fort. He died at St Jude Hospital where he was being treated for severe burns about his body.

The autopsy which was conducted by Doctor Wayne Felicien, on Thursday, December 8, 2016, revealed that Remy Henry died as a result of hypovolemic shock, with 100% third degree burns to his body.

Investigations are also continuing into these matters.
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