Families are Continuing to Push to Reduce the Carnage
Stop the carnage now was one of the slogans used by grieving relatives of the Home stretch avenue accident victims as they mounted another candle light vigil.
The relatives are not about to go silent until their voices are been heard on issues of speeding, overcrowding, drinking and driving and in some cases what they describe as drag racing by some drivers.
The relatives want the police to pay more attention to the home stretch avenue area since there seems to be no slowing down by some drivers.
Over the coming days the families of the dead are hoping to team up with other social groups in an attempt to make motorists more cautious on the roads.
Just recently commissioner of police Henry Greene said that the carnage on the road should be a wake up call for commuters, he reminded them that they need to speak out against errant drivers. The Guyana police force traffic Department has stepped up its campaign against errant drivers.