Thirteen-year-old Terrence Lee and his 68-year-old grandmother, Golin Lee are currently hospitalised after a speeding motorcar driven by an alleged drunk driver slammed into them on Sunday at Lot 267 Thomas Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown.
A relative of the duo said that Terrence and his grandmother were sitting in front of a family business at the aforesaid address when motorcar PTT 1462 which was proceeding at a fast rate of speed along New Market Street, Georgetown, lost control and slammed into them.
The teen and the elderly woman were pinned to a wall by the vehicle. They Break News was told that the woman who was driving the car and a female passenger fled the accident scene on foot but were later apprehended by public-spirited citizens and handed over to the Police.
The injured teen and the pensioner were removed from between the wall and the car by relatives and rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital in an unconscious state. The teen, according to relatives, sustained a separated right femur, bloodshot eyes, swollen right eyes, along with other injuries about his body. He is scheduled to undergo surgery today.
Meanwhile, the elderly woman sustained a broken arm, leg, and bruises. The family of the persons injured related to this publication that they were informed that the driver of the motorcar was released on $50,000 station bail pending investigations. After the accident, they said that relatives of the driver hired a tow truck to remove the damaged car from the scene.