Consultants stick by findings in lethal crash

Cayman News Service

Car wreck from fatal crash in East End, 15 February 2018

(CNS): Two crash re-constructionists who concluded that Philip Price (34) was the driver in a fatal crash in East End in 2018, in which his wife was killed but he was never prosecuted, stood by their findings when they appeared before the Coroners Court on Wednesday. The inquest jury returned a verdict of misadventure but not before they heard the details of the dramatic collision in which Altameka Price (28) died and her husband was badly injured. Reports by Lenford Butler from the RCIPS and Colin Redden, a local consultant, both concluded that it was Philip Price, not his wife, behind the wheel, driving more than 56mph in a 25mph zone, though a dispute about this had prevented the case against him for dangerous driving from progressing.

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Price was arrested a few weeks after the fatal collision, which happened in the early morning hours of Thursday, 15…