Saturday 29 February, 2020

7 hurt in St. Peter accident

A minibus was involved.

A minibus was involved.

An afternoon accident in the North of the island has left seven persons with pains about their bodies.

Police are conducting investigations into the two-vehicle accident with injuries which occurred sometime around 1:55 pm, today, Wednesday, May 24, 2017, along Gibbs Road, St. Peter, involving a minibus and a motor car. 

The minibus was being driven by 47-year-old William Sealy of Crusher Site Road, Prospect, St. James, whilst the car was being driven by Marvin Doyle, 40 years of Maycock Terrace, St. Lucy.

The driver of the minibus complained for pain to his elbow and back, whilst four female passengers aboard the minibus complained for back pains. They were all transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) by ambulance for medical treatment.

The driver of the car and his male passenger both complained for minor pain to the body, and opted to seek private medical attention.

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