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St George man who fell from truck suffers brain injury


Added 22 May 2018


The young St George man who fell from a truck yesterday is currently hospitalised in an unconscious state with traumatic brain injury, police say.

Twenty-six-year-old Omari Jabari Bynoe of Glebe Land, St George was reportedly sitting on the railing of a Toyota Hiace pick-up truck when he lost his balance and fell into the road.

The incident occurred during a motorcade hosted by the Democratic Labour Party’s St George South candidate Dr Esther Byer Suckoo.

The truck was going around a corner along Farm Road when Bynoe fell and hit his head.

Police say the driver stopped the truck and Byer Suckoo, who was travelling a short distance behind, rendered first aid.

Bynoe was transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance.

The truck by driven by owner Ken Forde, 57, of Sargeant Road, Ellerton, St George. (PR/NB)


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