Biker’s Brother was killed in accident last weekend!
Nassau, Bahamas – A family is in mourning again just a week after burying their 19-year-old son following a bike accident on the Milo Butler Highway. It was just last week when Chico Musgrove lost control of his motorbike and slammed into a guardrail in the median of the highway. He died instantly.
And one week later, another motorcyclist, George Outten, and another friend Roscoe Seymour are the victims of another bike accident. The news is terrible for the family and BP cannot understand why bikers cannot adhere to the law as everyone else and save their lives?
Police confirmed early this morning that they are now investigating this latest accident that has left two male bikers dead.
The incident reportedly occurred around 11:45 pm on Sunday on West Bay Street near Perpall Tract and involved a silver Toyota vehicle and a motorcycle.
Preliminary reports indicate that the driver of a 1996 Toyota Mark II was traveling west along West Bay Street, and the operator of the motorcycle, along with a passenger, east along West Bay Street, when the two collided.
Both victims were injured, however, one was pronounced dead at the scene and the other taken to hospital where he succumbed to his injuries.
BP is warning all motorists to drive to arrive ALIVE!!!
POLICE INVESTIGATES SHOOTING INCIDENT
Police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a male responsible for a shooting incident that has left a 27-year-old male of Grand Bahama in hospital.
The incident reportedly occurred around shortly after 12:00 am this morning.
Initial police reports indicate that the victim was at Nassau Street when he attempted to stop a man responsible for stealing a friend’s phone.
The victim was taken to hospital where at present his condition is unknown.
Police are investigating and appealing to members of the public who may have any information regarding this incident to contact police.
You can replace a phone, but not a life.
Another man is missing on Cat Island
Police at New Bight Cat Island are requesting the public’s assistance in locating FORDACE MONCUR of CAT ISLAND.
Moncur is described as having dark brown complexion, medium build and stands at 6’3”tall. He was last seen around 9:00 am on Friday 5th October, 2012 in Cat Island.
This is not the same family, please be accurate before posting articles about people children, They are not relatives the family is not in mourning again…Please correct this information… In the meantime you are so cold talking about people dont learn someone child lost a life, I often wonder if you have kids sometimes when i read your paper, and if you do they must be perfect…Thank god for your prefect kids…
Lord before you all post, be accurate, this is not the same family!!! The gentlemen from this week and last week are not relatives…Please correct this!! 3 people are dead and yall talking bout who dont learn!! yall so cold man smt
George and Chico are not family members. So, please stop publishing things until you know the facts!!!
This is a quote from a family memeber of D’Chico “Does anyone have Bahamas Press # because my parents have TWO children: D’entae & D’Chico Musgrove. Bahamas Press please get it togther before I don’t run HOT and you all get sue. D’chico. DOES NOT have a brother Name Abraham George Outten or whatever the gentleman name: May he & my brother’s soul rest in peace TYVM”
Fix it & Fix it NOW!
I am the Sister of D’Chico Musgrove and I am writing to indicate that Abraham George Outten IS NOT his brother and is of no relations to him. Can you please extract his name from that story.
Thanks for your understanding at this our time of beaureavement
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