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Feb 11, 2013

Government vehicle in Saturday evening collision

There is another traffic incident under investigation which occurred on Saturday at around five forty-five in the evening which involves a government vehicle. According to reports, a teacher from Yo Creek Village, Dalia Marin Gonzalez, was driving her Mazda SUV from Orange Walk to Yo Creek when Just about one mile away from Orange Walk Town a blue Isuzu government pickup driven by Max Castro and heading to Orange Walk swerved into her lane causing a collision. Gonzalez received a cut wound to her head and was transported to the Northern Regional Hospital, treated and released. Castro suffered a fractured left foot and cut to his right foot. He was also treated at the NRH and released. He has been issued with a notice of intended prosecution for driving a motor vehicle without due care and attention. Both vehicles were extensively damaged. The Isuzu pickup is attached to the Ministry of Agriculture.

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5 Responses for “Government vehicle in Saturday evening collision”

  1. Bear says:

    I’m happy to see they intend to prosecute. I’m sick of government employees using and abusing taxpayer-owned vehicles for their personal errands. It’s a form of theft, and should be punished as such.

  2. Princess Meadows says:

    They should do something about Gov’t vehicles and Statutory Boards as well, these people think that they own these vehicle and conduct all kinds of activities with them. You have a White I think it’s a susuki belonging to Ministry of Finance, well that the label has on it. A dark lady with glasses drives that vehicle and takes her daughter (or some family) to St. Catherine’s every day and just look at her when she is driving, seems as though she bought her license, but maybe too because the vehicle is not her’s, She would slam in all those pot holes, I see it with my own eyes not through someone else! Be careful people, I am keeping a close check.

  3. San Antonio says:

    There is one black Izuzu attached to Social Dept San Ignacio that have been used as a weekend hunting vehicle ever since. Loaded with dogs speeding on the farm roads. Maybe hunting game meets for their bosses.

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  5. gee says:

    a year after the traffic accident not one thing has been done. all i do is thank God that my sister survived that traffic accident and today is with us. I hope that justice be served kas that man changed our entire lives.

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