Garry Conille in Minor Traffic Accident after Vehicle's Brakes Fail
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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (defend.ht) - Prime Minister, Garry Conille, was the victim of a car accident in Laboule, a locality of the town of Petion-Ville, South Port-au-Prince.
It occurred on Thursday when the brakes of the Head of Government's vehicle failed. A source said after a fender bender the prime minister appeared unharmed and was made to change cars.
The Editor of Vision 2000 radio in Haiti, spoke to a source close to the prime minister on the condition of anonymity who confirmed the accounts adding that no investigation is being conducted into the circumstances of the incident.
It should be recalled that the Prime Minister had already experience two scares in this month.
On the 12th of November a helicopter carrying Conille and other ministers of government was forced to make an emergency landing. On the 15th, aboard a private jet carring 19 members of the government was forced to make an emergency landing in Cuba.
No casualties or injuries have been reported in either of the 3 cases.
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Source: Vision 2000