Fatal accidentMore than one month has passed since 57-year-old pedal cyclist Ramlackhan (only name given), succumbed to his injuries at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) after being struck down by an intoxicated Guyana Defence Force (GDF) rank but charges are yet to be laid against the military official.Deputy Police Commissioner and Traffic Chief, Linden Isles told Guyana Times on Saturday that “a complete file” on this matter was sent to the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) and that the police are awaiting advice.Initially, advice was sought about driving under the influence since Ramlackhan was unconscious, however, the pedal cyclist succumbed without regaining consciousness and this caused the investigation to take a different route.“It was a serious accident that turned into a fatal accident. So at that time [and until now], he was released in the custody of the Army. Now the investigation is continuing because it was a serious accident initially and so we now have to investigate a fatal accident,” the Traffic Chief had told this publication.At that time, he had also stated that the DUI charge, as well as others that may be laid against the army rank, will be done altogether.“After the man would have passed away, there are certain systems that have to be followed,” he had further stated.On May 25 last, Ramlackhan was struck down along the Vryheid’s Lust Railway Embankment Road, East Coast Demerara (ECD), by motorcar PRR 7815 allegedly being driven by the soldier. The severely injured man is said to hail from Lot 346 Martyrs Ville, Mon Repos, ECD.At the time of the accident, Ramlackhan was towing another friend, who is reportedly from Sixth Street, Success, ECD. His friend suffered minor injuries.Reports are that on the day in question, the duo was riding along the roadway when they were hit off the bicycle by the vehicle being driven by the GDF rank, who was reportedly under the influence of alcohol.Ramlackhan was picked up and taken to the GPHC, where he was admitted a patient.A breathalyser test was conducted on the driver of the vehicle, and it was discovered that his alcohol intake was above the legal limit. While Ramlackhan was in a coma at the GPHC, the soldier, who was allegedly driving the car involved in the accident, was released into the custody of the Army.
Actress Sophie Turner from the HBO series “Game of Thrones” arrives at the 68th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California U.S., September 18, 2016.ReutersSophie Turner seems to have left winter far behind. The X-Men: Dark Phoenix star was spotted with Priyanka Chopra.Reportedly, the duo was spotted in Miami enjoying a pool day. Sophie and Priyanka were both seen having fun while showcasing their enviable figures in gorgeous swimwear.The “Game of Thrones” star was seen showing off her body in a skimpy forest green two piece. Sophie’s triangular top modestly concealed her ample cleavage and she teamed the look with a matching pair of bikini bottoms. Sophie Turner accessorized her look with some gold necklaces. However, her wedding rings were absent from her person.Sophie had her taut stomach on display and was not seen with her wedding rings but accessorized with some gold necklaces. She was accompanied by sister-in-law Priyanka Chopra who looked stunning in a burgundy swimsuit. The wife of Nick Jonas, flaunted her enviable curves in a burgundy colored one-piece that drew attention to her cleavage and curvaceous frame.Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas were recently spotted in as they locked lips for all to see. Reportedly, the pair was photographed looking madly in love while sharing a kiss over lunch on their honeymoon. While grabbing a bite to eat in Positano, Italy, Joe Jonas could be seen planting a passionate kiss on the lips of the Game of Thrones star. But the PDA didn’t stop there, Joe Jonas seemed to be having a real hard time trying to keep his hands off Sophie. Priyanka Chopra in Nick Jonas’ SuckerPriyanka Chopra (@priyankachopra/Instagram)During the rest of their meal, Joe was seen planting a kiss on Sophie’s hands, and she enjoyed herself an Italian espresso.”Sophie and Joe are having the time of their lives on their romantic honeymoon getaway,” an insider to the couple told HollywoodLife exclusively. And it looks like the vacation is doing wonders for Sophie, who had confessed to Dr. Phil recently that she really needed a break. “They have both been working so hard for so long and have been so focused on their careers that they really needed this time away to just enjoy married life.”Well, it looks like Sophie doesn’t always need Joe to have fun. You can check out the pics here: Sophie Turner – bikini candids on vacation in Miami #SophieTurner https://t.co/0ypPKzZOcD pic.twitter.com/Rvq81wAlBH— Celebs Hot & Sexy Pics (@prettyhotsexy) August 4, 2019 Hot dusky #PriyankaChopra spotted in bikini on her vacation in #Miami pic.twitter.com/pDQYbGAjRs— Toxic Beauties (@toxicactress) August 4, 2019
Courtesy – FW HeritageA home in Houston’s First Ward that was restored by FW Heritage. Listen 00:00 /12:49 We all know the adage about Houston: that we’re not the best at preserving buildings with history and character and that we’d rather just bulldoze them for a brand new strip mall or mid-rise apartment complex.Well, a Houston couple originally from Malaysia is trying to do something about that phenomenon in one neighborhood.Over the last few years, Dominic Yap and his wife, Lin Chong, have bought and restored more than a dozen different historic homes in Houston’s First Ward. They even started a company, called FW Heritage, once the hobby turned into a full-time passion for them both.Dominic oversees the structural renovation while Lin works on the interior and style elements. Plus, she’s a real estate agent and handles the sale of the house once it’s done.In 2017, Michael Hagerty visited with the couple at a home whose renovation is almost complete. He learned about the challenges of trying to preserve historic homes in the Bayou City.MORE:Houston’s First Ward is Flourishing, But Not Without Some Friction (Houston Chronicle, April 23, 2014)Preserving the First Ward (Houston Chronicle, April 23, 2014)– / 7 X To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Share