A report by the CMC News Team noted that Health Minister Dr. Leslie Ramsammy said most of the injured were treated at the Diamond Diagnostic Hospital before being taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation.
It is understood that the FLIGHT BW523 accident which had earlier connected from New York to Florida to Port of Spain occurred around 1:25 a.m (local time) Saturday. This is after the flight was after a delay from its originally 9:45 p.m Friday due time to arrive in Guyana.
Most of the passengers fled the wrecked plane without their luggage.
Source: Jamaica Gleaner
Shuzzr Communications – Kym also know as Kim Hamilton would like to make it publicly known that she is now a member of the Alliance.
Kym who has been working extensively close with the Alliance Group in particular producer Austin “Payday” Green over the last couple of months will be releasing tracks in the weeks to come.
“It did a come man…dem respect me for me…and to have dem support is a blessing” she say as they have been providing support in all areas of her career whether directly or indirectly and showing her the professional courtesy that’s desired.
In February Kym will be releasing her Mixtape titled “Rebirth of Kym” which is being produced be DJ Purfiya out of Miami Florida. These are just few of the upcoming projects that artist is working on.
Kym will like to express her appreciation to all especially members of the Alliance fraternity.
|Guyana says the US assessment is unjustified|
A Guyana government official has dismissed the just released US government report on human trafficking.
The report gives Guyana a Tier Two ranking, which means the nation has been deemed as not increasing efforts to combat human trafficking over the past year.
The document also suggests there are a significant number of trafficking victims.
Minjster of Labour and Social Security, Priya Manikchand, pointed out that in its 2009 report the US State Department acknowledged that Guyana was making significant efforts to combat human trafficking.
She also said there are onging public awareness programmes on human trafficking as well as training for officers to deal with the crime.
The minister denied that there was any evidence of a significant number of victims, adding that Guyana’s ranking was therefore unjustified.
[Update via BBC News]