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Man thrown onto the tarmac by sloshed mate over $1 debt, crashed to death by car

19/05/2017 00:00:00
by Manicaland Correspondent
 
 
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MUTARE: A drinking spree ended in tragedy after a sloshed Zimunya man threw his friend into the tarmac and was crushed to death by a passing vehicle in a dispute over a dollar debt.

Police confirmed the incident which happened along Mutare-Masvingo highway and the suspect appeared in court on Wednesday.

According to the police, Lloyd Murigwa, 31, of Karima village under Chief Zimunya was drinking beer with the now deceased Innocent Chidzura at Guzzlers Inn at Rowa Business Centre.

The two reportedly had a dispute over a one dollar debt and a scuffle ensued. During the commotion, Murigwa then pushed the deceased into the road and was hit by a Honda fit which was being driven by one Lino Piloto. He died on the spot.

Murigwa has since appeared before magistrate Innocent Bepura facing murder charges.

He was remanded in custody and was advised to apply for bail at the High Court since he was facing a serious offence.



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