Commissioner of Police, Gary Griffith, and the Executive of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), are extending condolences to the relatives, colleagues and friends of No. 10388 Police Constable Renard Ganga who died last evening.
On Saturday evening, PC Ganga was proceeding north along the Southern Main Road, Cunupia, when he made contact with the rear bumper of a black Toyota vehicle, as a result he collided head on with a grey Nissan Tiida.
He was taken to the Chaguanas Health Facility by ambulance where he was stabilised and then transferred to the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt Hope, where at 11 pm he succumbed to his injuries.
PC Ganga enlisted into the TTPS on October 1st, 2019. Since his enlistment, he has been attached to the Traffic and Highway Patrol Branch, Motorcycle Section.
PC Ganga, 24, of Chin Chin Road, Cunupia, leaves to mourn his mother, Nisha Ganga, father, Ramdeo Ganga, his three brothers, Jerome Dawrika, Roland Ganga and Remington Ganga, two sisters, Natalia Ganga and Naomi Ganga and his fiancé Saleena Deolal.
His brother Jerome Dawrika, said he was “ambitious, free-spirted, loving, caring and happy. He is always there to help and he would put a smile on anyone’s face. He had a great sense of humour.”
Senior Superintendent of Traffic and Highway Patrol, Wayne Mystar said PC Ganga’s passing is a tremendous loss to the Traffic and Highway Patrol and we extend condolences to his family and friends.
Senior Superintendent Mystar said PC Ganga was an officer full of energy and ambition always sought to further develop himself, he applied to become a regular police officer and a prisons officer. He was granted leave last week to prepare to enter into the Prisons Service on Monday.