Two men injured in St George accident

Two men are being treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital after sustaining injuries in an accident in St George this morning.

According to police, the incident which occurred around 7:45 along Walkers Road, involved a lorry driven by Michael Harris, 51, of Deacons Farm, St Michael and a van owned by the Caribbean Examination Council, driven by Stephen Savoury, 53, of Welch Village St John.

Both vehicles were travelling in opposite directions when the driver of the truck lost control and collided with the van.


Harris was removed from the vehicle by fire officers using the Jaws of Life.


He suffered a broken right leg and lacerations about the body.

The other driver, Savoury, complained of stiffness to the neck.

5 Responses to Two men injured in St George accident

  1. Camilla Greaves
    Camilla Greaves August 26, 2016 at 2:49 pm

    Michael so many people with the same name.

  2. Heather Williams
    Heather Williams August 26, 2016 at 3:23 pm

    Drive safely

  3. jrsmith August 27, 2016 at 4:19 am

    Why there is no centre line markings like most of the roads in Barbados ,this I think causes most of the accidents…no proper road management…

  4. G-Flash! August 27, 2016 at 6:17 am

    Jr Smith.

    You really think road markings is the problem??

  5. Yap Bait August 27, 2016 at 10:26 am

    Do not drive faster than your Angles can fly!! I do agree that all roads need to have paint marks, although this might not be a factor here. It is far less of an expense to the government but a big help to road users when trying to navigate our raggedy roads. I am not talking about a paint brush and a can, but using a paint machine which cannot cost a fortune. Driving with care helps , but having a perspective of the changing road layout, with all types of talent using it, helps to save lives. Most people love to fall rules.


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