Road fatality victim is Dominican athlete Bram Sanderson


DBS- The sporting fraternity has been thrown into shock with the sudden passing of national athlete Bram Sanderson in the early hours of this morning.

Sanderson who represented Dominica in a number of sporting disciplines died after being involved in a traffic accident in Antigua at 3:05 am Sunday morning at the intersection of Sir Sydney Walling Highway and American Road.

He was just 30 years old.
Sanderson was riding a motorcycle when it collided with a pick up van at an intersection.

The impact left him with multiple injuries and he died while being transported to the hospital.

Bram Sanderson can be described as a multi talented athlete.

He was the first Dominican to participate in cycling at the commonwealth games, when he represented Dominica at the 2018 games in Australia.

He was also the first Dominican to participate on the global stage in the sport of Kayak.

Bram Sanderson was also a well rounded track and field athlete and basketballer.


Relatives and close companions of Daniel Jno Baptiste, known as Gyaz, confirm he remains in a critical state at the Sir Lester Bird Medical Center following a severe incident on the Sydney Walling Highway and American Road earlier today.

Gyaz, a 29-year-old native of Portsmouth, Dominica, sustained significant injuries, including damage to his hip, head, and other body parts.

The force of the accident propelled him over the barrier at Harney Motors and onto the premises.

Tragically, Gyaz was a passenger on a motorcycle driven by Dram Sanderson, who lost his life while en route to the hospital.


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  1. Sad, soo Sad! Rest in Peace and rise in Glory my son! Mothers wail! What can one do but weep?

  2. So sad…..i wonder what could have happened…at that time of the night some folks don’t stop when the traffic light is on red

  3. I’m a Dominican myself, it’s sad that we lost a happy soul, my condolences to his family, and may he rest in peace with the lord will do the rest.

  4. Yes I have gone through the red at that time of the night in the past a few time. A lesson for me. Condolences to his family , friends and the Dominican community. RIP

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