18/05/2011 - 08h:53 Filho de policial militar de MT morre em um acidente em Campo Grande

 Um grave acidente entre uma moto e uma caminhonete resultou na morte do estudante mato-grossense Anderson Ramos da Silva, de 23 anos, em Campo Grande, no Mato Grosso do Sul. A vítima é filho do policial militar Luci Ramos, que chegou a servir no município de Matupá (704 Km de Cuiabá). 


Segundo as informações do site Midiamax, o acidente ocorreu em uma das ruas mais movimentadas da cidade, ainda na segunda-feira (16). Ele teria furado o sinal vermelho no cruzamento de uma avenida e colidido com uma caminhonete.

A vítima foi socorrida pelo Serviço de Atendimento Móvel de Urgência (Samu), mas não resistiu aos ferimentos e morreu no local.

De acordo com as informações da Polícia Militar (PM) de Matupá, o cabo Luci é aposentado pela corporação e mudou para Campo Grande após sua aposentadoria.

 

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