Five injured in accident

Five people were injured when two cars collided along Applewaithe Road, St Thomas  last night.

They have been identified as 59-year-old Hainsley Codrington of Darrel Plantation, St Michael, 39-year-old Alicia Howard of Jackman Development, St Michael, and her children Sadisha Howard, 15, and Nya and Aidna Howard, both nine.

Codrington was the driver of one of the motor cars while Alicia Howard, who was accompanied by her children, was driving the other.

Howard and her children were transported by ambulance to the QEH while Codrington opted to seek medical attention at a private facility.

4 Responses to Five injured in accident

  1. jrsmith February 15, 2017 at 11:15 am

    Blame the politicians no proper road management……

  2. Mazie Taylor
    Mazie Taylor February 15, 2017 at 11:48 am

    Have mercy on them dear God.

  3. Loretta Griffith February 15, 2017 at 8:51 pm

    My experience is, some persons are definitely driving to cause accidents. I don’t know if its insurance money they are after, but when they have caused you broken bones, soft tissue injury or even death, what help will that be to you?
    I also think that the relevant authorities should install cameras at these stop lights as too many persons are breaking them. This is one sure way for the government to collect extra revenue which could help pay the policemen. Too much recklessness on the streets.
    Some times at these stop lights your side is saying go and the person from the other end is still boring through and you are left scrambling to get out of the way before the other persons from the opposite end who have the right of way can proceed unencumbered.
    Another thing there is too much road rage at these blinking lights
    where some persons are not allowing traffic that is not on the straight to gain access or merge. You are at their mercy. I think the authorities should try to have the lights fixed as soon as possible, especially those at the University West Terrace junction.
    I also experienced serious difficulty with those at Eastmond corner last week.

  4. Loretta Griffith February 15, 2017 at 8:58 pm

    My sympathy goes out to the family of this young girl
    whose life has been snatched.
    May God grant them the strength to bear this loss. So very sad.


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