Two still hospitalised after D'abadie shooting
The two men who were injured in Wednesday's shooting in D’abadie which claimed the life of a 33-year-old man are said to still be warded in a serious but stable condition.
The two survivors of the shooting, who police said are both 39-years-old, received gunshot injuries to their abdomen.
They were both shot in the incident which claimed the life of Dane Hazarie, of De Gannes Street, Arima.
Just before 10:00 am, Hazarie, along with two others, was reportedly in a Hyundai Elantra vehicle heading south along Boys Lane D’Abadie.
As the vehicle approached the intersection with the Priority Bus Route (PBR), a gold-coloured vehicle reportedly pulled alongside it and the occupants opened fire on the Elantra.
The driver of the Elantra attempted to evade the attack by driving across the PBR, but collided with another vehicle.
The assailants fled the scene.
Hazarie reportedly died at the scene while the two other occupants of the vehicle were rushed to the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex.
More on this as information becomes available.
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