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Scotia manager seriously injured in ‘hit and run’ abroad

Branch Manager for Scotiabank in Road Town, Ryan Best.

Branch Manager of Scotiabank in Road Town, Ryan Best reportedly has been seriously injured in traffic accident in the Caribbean island of St Maarten.

According to media reports, St Maarten police say Best was injured in a ‘hit and run’ on Saturday, April 28.

Police reportedly found the bank manager in ‘a pool of blood with a severe head injury’.

Further reports are that Best was crossing the street around 3am when the incident happened.

Best was transported to the Saint Maarten Medical Centre for treatment before being flown to the United States because of his ‘serious medical condition’, the Saint Maarten News Network reports.

The country’s police department is now investigating the matter.

Efforts to contact the bank manager have been futile.

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  1. Say so says:

    Praying for you ‘Best’

  2. state of emergency says:

    so sorry to hear that

  3. Reporter says:

    your headlines says ‘Scotia manager seriously injured”. Why would you then say “efforts to contact the manager have been futile”? You want him to talk to you with tubes coming out his mouth?
    I am praying that he recovers from his injuries completely.

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