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Apr 13, 2012

Police say Kent Skeet was flung from cycle and hit his head

Kent Skeet

Police have released official information on Thursday evening’s fatal accident at the Lord Ridge Cemetery. Holy Emmanuel Street Mechanic, Kent Skeet, was riding a Suzuki five hundred motor cycle, commonly known as a ninja bike, from Vernon Street onto the Western Highway. As he neared the highway divider, he lost control. According to police, he was flung from the bike and hit his head on a tomb. Within minutes, Skeet succumbed to the severe head injuries. His body now lies in the K.H.M.H. morgue awaiting a post mortem.

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2 Responses for “Police say Kent Skeet was flung from cycle and hit his head”

  1. CARLOS says:

    HE SHOULD HAVE USED A HELMET IT WOULD HAVE SAVED HIS LIFE

  2. Storm says:

    Yes, enforcing a mandatory helmet law in Belize would save many lives.

    Forgive the bad pun, but enacting such a law seems like a “no-brainer” to me.

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