Update – 21 injured in mass casualty at Gibbs, St Peter

21 people were injured when two minibuses collided just outside Emerald Beach hotel, Gibbs, St Peter around 4 p.m.

Emergency personnel, including police, fire officers, Barbados Defence Force personnel and paramedics rushed to assist the affected passengers. The majority were treated at the site. However, two people were taken to the state-run Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance as a precautionary measure.
Police say none of the injuries was life threatening.
Investigations are continuing.

3 Responses to Update – 21 injured in mass casualty at Gibbs, St Peter

  1. sue January 23, 2017 at 10:05 pm

    Clearly, there is a need for something to be done about the number of accidents involving minibuses. We visit Barbados every year and hire our own car. We have never set foot in any public transportation and that won’t change. We pick up our hired car at BGI and that’s that. Good Grief!! Why so many accidents, especially at the roundabouts??

  2. Anonymous January 23, 2017 at 10:14 pm

    U need to travel to Guyana or Jamaica or even Trinidad and u would see that our psv are the safest in the Caribbean

  3. Helicopter(8P) January 24, 2017 at 3:42 pm

    Drivers names should be placarded in the front dash board and a contact number posted at the rear of the bus to be called if unsafe driving is observed!


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