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is hereby given that an application has been made by
Judy Mathura to have the parcel of land described in the
Schedule hereunder brought under the provisions of the Real
Property Act and that the judge of the High Court of Justice
dealing with the said application has ordered that notice of the
said application be advertised once per week for four(,4) con-
secutive weeks; Notice to appear in at least two daily newspa-
pers circulating generally within Trinidad and Tobago and if no
caveat is lodged within three (3) months of the date of the first
of such advertisements the Registrar General may bring the said
parcel of land under the provisions of the Real Property Act.
that parcel of land situate in the ward of
Tacarigua known as LP No. 51 Sunset Drive, Lopinot Road,
Arouca in the Island of Trinidad comprising
square metres (6,400.8m2)
and bounded on the on the North by lands of Ryan Gruny and
by lands of Paul Churaman and by lands of Baboolal Samaroo
and by lands of Wayne Wilson and on the South by lands of
Mary Burnley and by Sunset Drive and on the East by lands of
Mary Burnley and on the West by the lands of Baboolal
Samaroo and by lands of Paul Churaman and by lands of
Ryan Gruny and by lands of Wayne Wilson and by lands of
Mary Burnley and by Sunset Drive.
Dated the 1st day of April, 2014.
Offers are invited for the
consisting of 51,400
of prime real estate.
For further information
please contact: 368-4571
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LIVING ROOM SET FROM $2,995.00
PLAY PEN & CRIBS FROM $495.00
BEDROOM SET FROM $7,995.00
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9AM TO 4:00PM
MON TO FRI
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Suzette Henry believes her
faith in God was the only thing
that saved her life early on
Wednesday morning when fly-
ing debris from a runaway truck
crashed through her bedroom
wall as she slept.
Speaking to the T&T Guardian
yesterday at her home in Gas-
parillo after being released from
hospital, Henry described her
"I just heard a bang then my
neck and head started to hurt
really bad. I started to cry out for
my mother-in-law but when I
tried to get up, I couldn t move
my hands or feet."
Henry was treated at the San
Fernando General Hospital and
received stitches for a cut on her
head and was wearing a neck
brace when the T&T Guardian
visited her home.
Henry said her faith kept her
alive as she prays everyday and
listens to prayer programmes on
the radio every morning.
She said she was hoping her
mother-in-law s Housing Devel-
opment Corporation (HDC)
application would be approved
soon as, she said, it was becoming
too difficult to live there.
"This highway took my hus-
band and my brother-in-law s
lives and it nearly took mine too,"
said a visibly shaken Henry.
She said the family of seven is
hoping their HDC application
would be approved soon so they
could live in peace.
"Its frightening to live here and
think that at any minute, you
could die. Look at the time that
(accident) happened," she added.
In the meantime, the family
has another problem, said Henry s
brother-in-law, Brain Rackal.
"We cannot pass through the
only entrance we have to the
house," said Rackal.
"I have a sickly uncle living
here. When the ambulance comes
for him, they pass from the front,
but now no one can pass there."
Th man has been bed-ridden
since 2009 and is at the hospital
being treated for an abscess on
The family say they have not
heard from the driver or the
owner of the truck but the T&T
Guardian understands the driver
discharged himself from the San
Fernando General Hospital, where
he was being treated for minor
injuries, on Wednesday evening.
Rackal said a man who iden-
tified himself as a mechanic with
the trucking company, accom-
panied the tow truck that
removed the overturned truck
from their front yard and spoke
to him about the damage.
"I was talking to the mechanic
about the state of the yard. He
told me: You have to fix it your-
self or get government to fix it. "
Rackal said the drain in front
of the house usually carries flood
waters to a nearby river but it is
now blocked with debris.
"The rainy season started
already and I don t know what
we will do when this starts to
flood," he added.
Lucky to be alive
After runaway truck ends up in yard...
Brian Rackal surveys the damage outside his home in Gasparillo along
the Sir Solomon Hochoy Highway on Wednesday after a truck
overturned in his yard. PHOTO: RISHI RAGOONATH
Suzette Henry who
escaped death when a
truck ran off the
Highway, just before
the Gasparillo flyover,
and crashed into her
home recovers from
her injuries yesterday.
PHOTO: TONY HOWELL
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