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Carnage on the roads contin-
ued over the weekend with a
nine-year-old boy among four
people who lost their lives in acci-
Dead are San Fernando father
of two, Doodnath Steve Sirju; San
Juan Laventille Regional Corpora-
tion worker Rajin Ragoonanan and
Siparia schoolboy Keiron Taylor.
Their deaths add to Saturday s
fatal accident, in which Point Fortin
lifeguard Joel Billy Taitt drowned
after his car ran off the Petrotrin
Forest Reserve Road, Fyzabad, and
overturned in a river.
Burnt to death in BMW
In the latest accident, 33-year-
old Doodnath Steve Sirju, director
of Dhanesar Sirju and Sons Ltd,
was driving on the Beetham High-
way around 3.20 am yesterday in
his BMW 740i.
Investigators believe the father
of two, from Tarouba Road, Mara-
bella, fell asleep at the wheel before
the car crashed into a tree near the
So severe was the impact the
car was ripped in two before burst-
ing into flames with Sirju trapped
The death came as a shock for
his family as they told the T&T
Guardian no one knew where he
His sister, Mala, said he left
home around 6 pm on Sunday to
lime with relatives in the area and
returned home around 2 am yes-
However, she said, he left home
again without anyone knowing.
Mala added: "He was hanging
out with his friends and they
dropped him home around 2 am
this morning then he took his car
and he left but no one heard.
"Upon arrival at the crash we
saw the car in two pieces. He was
in part of the car."
The body was so badly burnt
that relatives were only able to
identify him because of a slight
foot deformity and the watch on
The death was especially tragic
as Mala said his daughter, Hailee,
and wife, Charlene, were expected
to return to the country last night
from their vacation in the US.
She said Sirju was on vacation
but came back last Thursday.
Charlene fell ill during the trip and
remained in the US to undergo
medical examinations. Sirju was
expected to leave Trinidad last
night to rejoin his family.
She added he had recently start-
ed building a home for his fam-
Valsayn man slams into truck
Rajin Ragoonanan, of Bamboo
Settlement No 1, Valsayn, died on
the spot when his gold Nissan
Almera crashed head-on into a
Police said around 7 pm on Sun-
day, Ragoonanan was driving along
Xeres Road, Freeport, but failed to
stop at the intersection with the
Carlsen Field Main Road and
slammed into the truck.
Police, led by Cpl Ali and WPC
Ramsey, visited the scene.
Boy, 9, killed on bicycle
Police are also investigating the
death of a nine-year-old boy who
was knocked down, along with his
14-year-old friend, while riding a
bicycle on Saturday night.
Investigators said around 7.15
pm, Keiron Taylor, of Saney Street,
was sitting on the handlebars of a
bicycle ridden by Affan Gopaul,
when they were hit by a car driven
by a 37-year-old Siparia woman.
Both boys were taken to the
Siparia Health Centre where Taylor
was pronounced dead on arrival.
Gopaul, of Coora Road, Siparia,
was warded in a serious condition
up to yesterday at the San Fernan-
do General Hospital.
Road accident death toll climbs to 92...
Boy, 9, among
A man who stole a
box of money for under-
privileged people from
the mosque he attended
was jailed for six
Devon Matthews, 25,
told the court he was
homeless and suffered
from sickle cell disease.
Police recovered the
box, which was produced
in the San Fernando First
Magistrates Court yes-
terday. However, the
The theft took place
at the San Fernando
Jama Masjid at 68
Mucurapo Street, San
When the charge was
read to him, Matthews
pleaded guilty and said:
"Don t get it wrong.
Every day I have to get
an injection. I have sickle
Seedan said around 5 am
on Friday, Willan Dyette
saw the box, also known
as the zakaat box, valued
at $200, in the female
section of the mosque.
However, around 10.30
am he realised it was
missing. Matthews was
At the San Fernando
Police Station, Matthews
told the police com-
Ramkissoon: "Officer, I
really take the money
and the box from the
mosque because I was
Man jailed for stealing
mosque money owing some fellas in
Princes Town for ganja."
Matthews told Deputy
Chief Magistrate Mark
Wellington he was sorry.
"I tell you I cannot
change what I do. I am
sorry," he added.
He said he had been
going through a difficult
time over the last year
and had lost his home
Asked what he did
with the money,
Matthews said: "I pay off
two fellas in Princes
Town. They always run-
ning me down with a
Matthews was also
charged with possession
of marijuana but that
matter was transferred
to the Princes Town
Magistrates Court for
Doodnath Steve Sirju, 33, of
Tarouba Road, Marabella, was
burnt to death at Beetham
Highway on Monday morning
after his BMW car ran off the
A baby gets a ride in a trolley as she leaves the Arima Discount Mart with a
relative on Sunday. PHOTO: ABRAHAM DIAZ
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