Two pedestrians helped by Fire Service after accident in Town
Created : 15 May 2019
Fire officers from the Bridgetown Fire Service in Probyn Street responded to the call when pedestrians were left pinned by a vehicle which veered off the road.
The accident occurred in Spry Street, The City.
According to the report from the Fire Service to Loop News, seven fire officers under the command of Sub-Officer Bynoe along with rescue tender 1 and a water tender responded to the incident.
They assisted two females.
Police Public Relations Officer, Acting Inspector Rodney additionally told the media that "Police are investigating an accident involving three pedestrians and a motorcar which occurred along Spry Street the City."
The police also responded to a second accident around 3:22 pm, this evening. "Also another reported accident involving a motorcyclist and a car along Pine Road, St. Michael."
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