Guyana: Massara Girls Who Drowned Went To Swim Unknowing To Parents

(GUYANA NEWS ROOM) – Police arrived at the tragic scene at Massara Village, North Rupununi where three girls drowned on Tuesday and conducted an initial investigation.

During this investigation, it was revealed that three girls, six-year-old Nia Jeffreys, five-year-old Michele Jeffreys, and nine-year-old Alicia Dorrick, left their parents’ home and ventured to the Razor Grass pond in the village to swim.

Upon realizing their absence, their parents initiated a search, eventually leading them to the Razor Grass pond, where the bodies of the three girls were found floating in the water.

Villagers promptly responded to the alarm raised and assisted in retrieving the bodies.

Toshao Lenny Moses was promptly notified, and a report was filed at the Annai Police Station.

The bodies of the three children were taken to the Lethem Regional Hospital.