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Quincy B Death: Official Police Report

10 April 2017 / Berenice Mulubah 

Quincy B
Police report is in.
According to the Daily Observer:
The traffic section of the Liberia National Police has concluded its investigation to establish the cause and circumstances that led to fallen music icon Quincy B's death. According to the LNP, Quincy B, (Quincy Luwokollie Burrowes) died as a result of excessive speeding and reckless driving, which violated section 10.10 of the vehicle and traffic laws of Liberia.
The LNP investigation report added that section 10.10 of the vehicle and traffic laws of Liberia called for drivers to drive at a speed limit of 35 miles per hour in residential zones, such as the Tubman Boulevard area.

The investigation report said that immediately the artist entered the curve, he lost control of his car apparently as he tried to dodge a vehicle that was coming in from the fence of the UNMIL in order to avoid a head-on collision. This vehicle was on its rightful lane, and bears no responsibility for the artist's death.
The report added that testimonies gathered from the other survivors revealed that Quincy B was driving at the same time playing phone.

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