Faith Evelyn, one of the remaining four victims of the two-vehicle crash at Land of Canaan,
East Bank Demerara (EBD) early last month, is said to be in a stable condition at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC).
Evelyn, 19, of Mocha Village, East Bank Demerara, has been a patient in the hospital’s High-Dependency-Unit (HDU) for almost a month, nursing a broken right arm and injuries to her spine.
She was previously in the Female Surgical Ward for about a week but her condition had turned from worrying to critical.
Her father, Timothy Evelyn, had told Kaieteur News that he was told that his daughter suffered ruptured intestines.
The 19-year-old girl and four of her friends were involved in an accident between two cars on March 4 last.
Evelyn and her friends were rushed to the GPHC. One of her friends, Marvin Wray, 27, who was driving the car, was instantly admitted to the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU), where he succumbed a week later.
Her remaining three friends were treated and later discharged.
Kaieteur News was initially told that the driver of the car that collided with the one Evelyn was travelling in, had escaped from the scene.
However, a source said that the driver was hospitalized and the police are still investigating.