Jacques Raboude Paule, 53, was walking on a sidewalk in St-Hubert on Thursday November 24 when he lost his balance. He bumped into the back of a bus. He was taken to the hospital where his death could only be seen.
The name of Jacques Raboude Paule is added to those of the 128 people who died in road accidents since January. The 53-year-old resident of St-Hubert staggered on the sidewalk when he lost his balance. He bumped into the back of a bus. Seriously injured, he was taken to the hospital of Rose-Belle where his death was recorded.
The body was taken to the morgue at Victoria Hospital in Candos. The autopsy, performed by Dr. Maxwell Monvoisin and Dr. Ananda Sunassee, attributed the death to a fractured skull.
As for the driver of the bus, he underwent a breath test that was negative. He is Jean Louis Denis Steeven B., also native of St-Hubert. “J’étais au volant et j’ai vu un homme. Il ballotait et ne marchait pas droit. J’ai entendu un bruit. Je me suis immédiatement arrêté et je suis descendu. J’ai aperçu l’homme qui avait heurté le flanc arrière de mon autobus,” the driver of the bus told the police.
After his interrogation, Jean Louis Denis Steeven B. was placed in detention. He will appear before the tribunal of Mahébourg, this Friday November 25. The investigation conducted by Sergeant Jean Charles is supervised by Inspector Sookun.