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Three-car collision at Lancaster

Emergency officials are on the scene of a three-vehicle accident at Lancaster, St James.

The collision occurred around 7:15 this morning and the road is currently impassable.

Police have been diverting traffic.

Details as they come to hand.

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7 Responses to Three-car collision at Lancaster

  1. Sharon Taylor
    Sharon Taylor July 22, 2016 at 8:50 am

    Hope no one was seriously injured!

  2. Everton Henry July 22, 2016 at 9:55 am

    That HWY 2A needs speed management.

  3. jrsmith July 22, 2016 at 11:40 am

    Cameras the order of the day, nothing tells the truth better than cameras, and enforced proper road management which seems not to be forth coming in Barbados… If they are 30,000 vehicles on the roads in Barbados without insurance and with false number plates , this just shows what type of government we have.. this dangerous madness will never cease…

    Only when a certain family of a politician or one of the (THEM) group gets injured or kill in a vehicle accident in Barbados is when something will be done , so don’t don’t expect any real concern by the politicians….

  4. seagul July 22, 2016 at 2:10 pm

    On such a tiny isle who needs to speed–period.

  5. R C July 22, 2016 at 6:12 pm

    JRSmith…we have had traffic accidents for years under both administrations… honestly, some people on out Island are so politically biased that I am surprised that you do not blame this Government every time the rain falls, or a mahogany tree falls, or a person dies suddenly or people get drunk!!!!!!!!

  6. Sue July 22, 2016 at 6:56 pm

    As a long time visitor to Barbados, and a lover of the country and people, I must say that the driving leaves a bit to be desired. We always hire a car and we live in the Northeast U.S which has plenty of roundabouts. We see so many “fender benders” while visiting that occur at the roundabouts that I am left wondering is there a driving education program in Bim? Truly sad to see these accidents in such a small country.

  7. jrsmith July 23, 2016 at 4:14 am

    @, RC , hail , hail, yes blame the government for everything thats not forth coming.. as for the tree jive , much earlier in the year a tree did fall blocking a community and had not for the people in said community getting together to clear the same ,they would have to wait for a couple of years ….

    The rain falling jive, when it rains it pours ,floods everywhere because they have no vision of storm drainage system total neglect of the infrastructure..

    Some one dying suddenly blame the government as well , lots of people is unwell in Barbados and regular health checks should be compulsory at a minimum cost and free to who cannot afford the same. As for getting drunk blame them as well they are driving bajans to drink.


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