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One dead in St Philip accident

One man died and a woman was taken to hospital for treatment following an accident at Cane Gardens Road, St Philip this afternoon.

Police say the two-car collision occurred shortly after midday; the vehicles were travelling in the opposite directions.

The deceased has not been identified but police say the 69-year-old held dual American and Barbadian citizenship.

The 49-year old female driver was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance.

Acting police public relations officer, Station Sergeant Roland Cobbler, called on all motorists to exercise caution on the island’s roads.

Police investigations are ongoing.

2 Responses to One dead in St Philip accident

  1. Hope Bless
    Hope Bless September 26, 2015 at 4:27 pm

    Father lord what is going

  2. jrsmith September 27, 2015 at 8:50 am

    Another accident ,and the madnesss goes on and on. every day I am up and before I check on line it makes me feel very scared . of the news, but with hope ,the news isn’t bad. my family ,friends and my bajan people.

    why are we not hearing from our police our politicians, what measures to be put in place ,to try stopping, the madness. speed limits , through villages, road humps/ sleeping policemen, speed limits on motor ways plus cameras, that work, random vehicle stop checks and search.

    What is mistyfying to me , insurance companies seems to be holding and displaying the same don’t care attitude as the people who suppose to manage Barbados LTD. what a failure, what a mess.


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