Five persons were taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) by ambulance after a two-car collision.
Police are conducting investigations into the accident, which occurred sometime around 5:30 pm, yesterday, Saturday, January 14, 2017 along Campaign Castle Road, Christ Church.
Involved were two cars - one driven by Eleanor Mccollin-Joseph 45 years of Bellair Terrace, St. Philip, who was accompanied by her daughters 14-year-old Nzingha Joseph, and 11-year-old Choiselle Joseph also of Bellair, St. Philip. The second motorcar was driven by Joseph Renee, 56 years of Wotton Terrace, Christ Church who was accompanied by Earl Layne, 89 years of Six Roads, St. Philip.
Police reported that Eleanor McCollin-Joseph suffered a broken right toe and pain to her left knee. Nzingha Joseph complained for pain to the stomach and face. Choiselle Joseph complained for pain to her chest. Joseph Renee complained for pain to his right shoulder, and waist, whilst Earl Layne complained for pain to his chest, lacerations to both knees and over his left eye.
All of the injured persons were transported to the QEH by ambulance for medical attention.
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