5 injured following Zeeburg accident

first_imgFive persons are now injured following a vehicular accident at Zeeburg Public Road on the West Coast of Demerara.According to information received, at around 12:00h on Saturday, a motorcar bearing registration plates PTT 5532, owned and driven by 50-year-old Shameer Rahaman, was proceeding East along the northern side of the road.One of the vehicles that was involved in the crashConsequently, another motor car bearing registration plates PLL 4407, owned and driven by 62-year-old Roger Levans, allegedly attempted to overtake another vehicle and came into the path of Rahaman.This resulted in a head-on collision between the two vehicles. Immediately after the collision, the occupants of both motorcars were rushed to the West Demerara Regional Hospital. The injured persons were identified as the two drivers, 47-year-old Ravindra Singh, 41-year-old Bibi Singh, and the wife of Roger Levans, 60-year-old Leila Levans.The couple, Roger and Leila Levans, was transferred to the Georgetown Public Hospital. All of the injured persons were reported to be in stable condition.last_img read more

Palace boss Hodgson wary of accusations against Zaha ahead of Watford game

first_img silverware 2 Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? gameday How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures Latest Premier League News REVEALED Hodgson insisted he had no concerns with the highly-rated young full-back’s red card, but admitted the Eagles will miss the 20-year-old at Vicarage Road.“As far as Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s sending off is concerned, I would have made the same decision as Michael Oliver in the same situation without a shadow of a doubt,” said Hodgson.“In the heat of the game I thought he’d fouled him and as the last man you pay the price. But we were chasing the game at the time and I can’t blame him for it.“I’m more than happy he had the willingness, pace and desire to get as close to Salah as he did. But we’ll miss him, he’s been good for us.“We’re fortunate we don’t have too many injury problems at the moment. We’ve got Joel Ward and Martin Kelly, two players who can play right-back, so we have good alternatives.” Ivory Coast star Zaha later insisted there was an “agenda” against him after being booked for diving in a goalless draw at Watford in April this year.Hodgson has insisted he would never let a Palace mascot do anything as incendiary as what happened at Watford in December 2016 – and also claimed that Zaha does not dive.“If you’re asking me whether Harry the Hornet, who I presume is the mascot, should dive in that way, I think it’s disgraceful,” said Hodgson. “Because that’s not what football matches are about.“And certainly if it’s provoking the crowd into looking for something that’s not there, it should be stopped. 2 smart causal Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade possible standings “Wilf Zaha does not dive for penalties, he gets knocked over sometimes, sometimes he gets knocked over or unbalanced without it being a penalty or a foul, because he runs at such speed and has such agility with the ball.“But he certainly doesn’t dive. But of course teams try to take every advantage they can.“You mentioned the mascot, I would be very disappointed if the Crystal Palace mascot was doing something like that to provoke the crowd against an opponent. And if I found out about it, I would stop it.”Aaron Wan-Bissaka will miss Sunday’s Watford trip after being sent off in Monday’s 2-0 Selhurst Park defeat to Liverpool. REVEALED England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won huge blow The mascot made a mockery of Zaha’s alleged diving during Palace’s trip to Watford in the 2016/17 season Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson is hoping no one will “provoke the crowd” to reignite last season’s diving accusations aimed at Wilfried Zaha.Harry the Hornet – Watford’s mascot – dived on the pitch that brought attention to diving claims surrounding the Palace forward during the 1-1 Premier League draw at Vicarage Road on Boxing Day 2016. Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes ALTERED Zaha then received a booking when Palace visited Vicarage Road in April last_img read more