Relatives of the septuagenarians who died after running on Las Américas Avenue continue to demand justice for their cause.
The family, friends and neighbors of Priscila Rojas joined in a protest this Wednesday, May 24, to demand justice for the septuagenarian’s death after being run over.
Relatives of the victims remembered the accident that happened on Saturday, May 20, when Rojas was hit by a truck on Avenida Las Américas.
“Unfortunately, the subject, who violated the regulations of one traffic, by skipping the red light, drove off and died,” lamented one of the relatives.
They indicated that they arrived at the site of the event together with the residents of Los Raudales and Alta Vista, who had to “flee” so as not to cross the street.
Priscila Rojas died on the pavement after being hit by a silver Toyota 4Runner truck. The 71-year-old citizen suffered polytrauma, a skull fracture, here subdural bleeding.
“The neighbor died, the mother of the house, the grandmother. They said that life was lost.”
As for the application of the plan and security deployment to reduce traffic accidents in Caroní, they stated that they understand “trying to work on it”.
“We must be careful what will happen to this state. and life to perish already? We want justice, we are here to present justice for this case,” we warned.
In Rojas, they declared that there were irregularities in the handling of the corpse and the absence of officials from the Scientific, Criminal and Criminal Investigation Corps (Cicpc).
Edgar Colina Reyes, the secretary of the Civil Security, confirmed that the driver of the truck is detained and waiting for his presentation to be heard in the Court of Puerto Ordaz.
But the relatives of the victim confirmed that they have not seen any official document or photograph that proves the man’s arrest.
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