Two men hospitalized after serious accident

Police are conducting investigations into a serious accident last night which has left two men in hospital, one of them in critical condition.

The accident, involving two motor cars, occurred sometime around 11:59 p.m. along Woodbourne Road, St Philip.

One motor car was driven by 29-year-old Ron Brathwaite of Charnocks, Christ Church, who had to be freed from his vehicle by personnel by the Barbados Fire Service. The second vehicle was driven by 37-year-old Adrian Goddard of College Savannah, St John.

Both men received head injuries with Goddard being the most serious and were rushed to the QEH for medical attention.

Brathwaite’s condition is listed as stable, while Goddard is listed as being critical.

6 Responses to Two men hospitalized after serious accident

  1. Outside January 25, 2017 at 7:36 am

    Again speed and ignorance,maybe one day some of the driving public would realize speed kills and driving with sense saves lives

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  2. Ginger January 25, 2017 at 8:37 am

    What an assumption to make if you where not there. What in the article made you assume they were speeding, was it the fact that it happened at 11:59pm, that both drivers were reasonably young men or that it was critcal. Are all accidents due to speed/ignorance

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  3. Sue Donym January 25, 2017 at 11:41 am

    As police are still conducting investigations, @Outside should give his/her eyewitness statement… but if we’re going on assumptions, I’m saying that there was an oil slick – in Woodbourne!

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  4. jrsmith January 25, 2017 at 1:21 pm

    Barbados roads need proper road management , white lines, cats eyes , speed limits ,speed cameras, sleep policemen/road humps…spot checks on vehicles , which would also help the police with lot of crime……

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  5. tedd January 25, 2017 at 3:18 pm

    two vehicles traveling in an opposite direction at 60 km and colliding will have the same force as a vehicle traveling at 120 km hitting a parked car

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  6. kathy-Ann Clarke January 25, 2017 at 3:33 pm

    Accidents do happen, I had to run off the road trying to avoid a run in with a truck driver, who obviously wanted to get the road for him self.

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