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Ten injured in vehicular accident

Ten people have been injured following a vehicular accident this morning at Harrisons, St. Lucy.

Police say 45-year-old Walter Henderson Lewis was driving the Transport Board omnibus around 7:20 am when he apparently lost control causing it to slide into a canefield and overturn on its right side.

Tesha Norville, 32, of Northtumberland, St. Lucy, sustained a fractured right foot and was taken to the QEH by ambulance.

The other nine passengers who reportedly sustained minor injuries were transported to the QEH and a polyclinic for further medical attention.

The QEH and the BDF Ambulances, along with personnel from the Barbados Fire Service and the Roving Response Team, responded to the accident.

8 Responses to Ten injured in vehicular accident

  1. Sisi Kitty Greenidge
    Sisi Kitty Greenidge December 28, 2013 at 11:13 am

    oh no

  2. Mac10 December 28, 2013 at 11:14 am

    When will the driver be breathalysed, as all drivers should be when an accident occurs.

    I hope all are Ok & injuries no too severe.

  3. Alx Edg
    Alx Edg December 28, 2013 at 12:01 pm

    Where was it pointed out that he was driving too fast. Until someone from the scene of the accident says so,let’s not go there.

  4. Browne-love Jan
    Browne-love Jan December 28, 2013 at 12:06 pm

    Oh no..prayers with everyone…

  5. Claire Battershield
    Claire Battershield December 28, 2013 at 2:31 pm

    I wish the injured a speedy recovery .Please stop jumping to conclusions here .The story said the driver LOST CONTROL .The roads might have been wet .Accidents happen..Have you ever drive a bus ? Drive a bus in the country ?Can you drive at all ? Stop assuming that he might have been drunk

  6. Angel OfThunder
    Angel OfThunder December 28, 2013 at 3:03 pm

    Why we wish bad for our fellow bajanz,put the shoe on the other foot what if that was ur family or u ur self would u wish bad on ur own self then don’t wish bad for other people,cause any thing can happen to us at any point in time prayer for each other u only get one life…

  7. Keisha Callender
    Keisha Callender December 29, 2013 at 4:00 am

    Angel thunder sad to say its human nature or shall I say bajan nature d ppl that were in d bus praising him for doing his best after d fact n d ones that was not even close assuming d worst Smh

  8. Mac10 December 29, 2013 at 5:36 pm

    @Claire Battershield

    No conclusions, simply a request that all accidents are treated with the severity they deserve. All accidents, the drivers get breathalysed, proper investigations are carried out, full vehicle safety examinations are carried out. Any recommendations for future safety can be implemented such as seats belt in buses., routine safety & maintenance checks so that, maybe, just maybe accidents can be limited & lives saved. Accidents will always happen, but their impact can be lessened with the proper investigations when they do happen.


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