Minister Walter Roban Extends Condolences

June 28, 2018 | 2 Comments

“This week, tragically, we have suffered deaths on our roads. I cannot begin to express how deeply saddened I am about the loss of life in such a heart breaking way,” Minister of Transport and Regulatory Affairs Walter Roban said.

“On behalf of the Ministry, I wish to extend my deepest and sincerest condolences to the grieving families and friends of these individuals.”

“As the public is aware, we are in the midst of engaging with the public about our Road Safety plan by hosting a series of community meetings. Now more than ever this is a timely conversation and we are urging the public’s involvement and feedback.

“As Minister, I am hoping people will consider attending this evening’s meeting so that we can not only remember those who we have lost, but also so we can come together as a community to have this important discussion.”

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  1. Johnboy says:

    I would like to urge everyone reading this to take their time on the roads. Don’t be in such a hurry to meet your maker as we will all meet him one day. Think about your loved ones who will mourn your loss – your young kids who need you and you will NOT‎ see grow up, your parents, friends, coworkers and neighbours. Is it really worth it to overtake that vehicle when you can CLEARLY see another vehicle coming. Think about that innocent person who is now scarred emotionally by your body slamming against their vehicle. Or even worse – Think about if you take someone else through YOUR recklessness and you survive. Think about the EMTs who now need to scrape YOUR body off the road and the doctors and nurses who will try their best to revive YOU. Think about the  ‎person who has to now call YOUR family member and tell them the sad news. So now THINK is it really, really worth it?!

  2. Stevie says:

    Rabain. Do something about it. Actions speak louder than words. Then again that’s always been the PLP way.

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