Mother killed in Mandela Ave. accident while searching for missing son


One woman has lost her life and a man is in critical condition following a two-vehicle collision at Mandela Avenue and Avocado Street, Georgetown on Tuesday evening.

Shana Rice and son Jaheem Feidckou
Shana Rice and son Jaheem Feidtkou

Dead is Shana Rice, of 651 Zenith, East Ruimveldt, Georgetown, while Stephen Fiedtkou, 32, is in critical condition.

According to reports, the two vehicles – a white Allion with registration number PHH 2547 and a Honda CBR – collided when the Allion was attempting to make a right turn into Avocado Street about 20:15h.

Rice and Fiedtkou were on the motorcycle. After the collision, the motorcyclists were thrown from the bike some distance away. The occupants of the Allion escaped uninjured.

Reports are that Rice sustained head injuries which caused her demise. The impact resulted in Fiedtkou sustaining two broken legs and suffering head trauma. They were both subsequently rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital where Rice was pronounced dead on arrival.

An eyewitness stated that the motorcyclists were both without helmets and there were no lights on the bike.

A relative of the dead woman told INews that the couple was at the time of the accident searching for their missing seven-year-old son.

The man explained that the couple’s son went missing around 17:00h on Tuesday and his parents were vigorously searching for him at the time of the accident.

INews understands that the missing boy had been found in the care of a relative who did not notify his parents that he was there.  An investigation into the matter has been launched.




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