Haiti police save Dominican truck driver from lynching
Dajabon, Dominican Republic.- Haiti´s National Police saved a Dominican truck driver and his helper from being lynched by an enraged mob in Ouanaminthe Thursday, after a wreck which killed a minor who was bicycling across the town´s main street.
Official sources said Dionis Rodriguez was driving the truck accompanied by his still unidentified helper, and were attacked by Haitians after the accident.
Haiti police had to disperse the throng with tear gas and firing in the air to rescue the two Dominicans, who are being held at police precinct at the town near Dajabon.
Dominican cameraman Goyri Reyes, who was near the site of the accident, told local media that he was chased by several Haitians who wanted to attack him and steal his camera, but thwarted them by quickly crossing the border gate into Dajabón.
Oct 2, 2015
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