Two dead bodies retrieved from Goreangab Dam

13 Oct 2013 16:20pm
WINDHOEK, 13 OCT (NAMPA) - Incidents of murder, drownings, arson and a road accident were recorded by the Namibian Police Force (NamPol) responsible for the Khomas Region over the past three days.
Police spokesperson, Deputy Commissioner Edwin Kanguatjivi told a media conference on Sunday afternoon that two dead bodies were retrieved from the Goreangab Dam over the weekend.
The first body of a man suspected to be between 30 and 40 years of age was recovered from the dam on Friday at about 19h00.
The man allegedly drowned in the dam while swimming last week.
His identity will be made public at a later stage.
The second corpse was retrieved on Sunday at about 14h00.
It is reported that the victim, aged 30, drowned on Saturday.
In a separate incident, the Katutura Police reported that a man was shot and killed by another man on Saturday at about 03h00 in the Nubuamis residential area of Katutura.
The victim, whose identity was not released as the police are yet to inform his next of kin, died on the spot, and police investigations continue.
In the Dolam township, a house situated on Erf 1407 caught fire on Sunday morning at about 10h00, and excessive damage was done to it.
It is suspected that an electrical fault was the cause of the fire.
The Windhoek Police reported that an unspecified number of people sustained minor bodily injuries when four vehicles - one belonging to the Namibian Broadcasting Corporation (NBC) - were involved in an accident at the corner of Hosea Kutako Road and Independence Avenue on Friday afternoon at about 14h00.
The accident occurred after the driver of a mini-truck allegedly disobeyed instructions from a City Police traffic officer who was manning the road at the intersection at the time.
All injured people were immediately rushed to the Katutura State Hospital for medical treatment, and were all discharged from the hospital on the same day.
(NAMPA)
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