Two injured in collision at The Rock

Two people were injured in a two-vehicle collision which occurred at The Rock, St Peter around 7:20 a.m. today.

The accident involved a silver Toyota Noah owned and operated by 66-year-old Anthony Ramsay of Roebuck, St Peter and a yellow Toyota Hilux truck, belonging to Black Bess Quarry Limited but driven by 19-year-old Samuel Manning of #6 Carlton View, St James.


The Hilux truck had to be pulled from a ditch following the accident.

Ramsay’s wife, 61-year-old Margareta Alleyne-Ramsay and another passenger 65-year-old Ervin Cumberbatch of Indian Ground, St Peter were both transported to hospital by ambulance complaining of various pains.

The Noah was in bent up shape after the collision

However, both drivers escaped unhurt.

20 Responses to Two injured in collision at The Rock

  1. Hal Austin February 16, 2017 at 1:35 pm

    Another road traffic accident.

  2. Dianne Dorthy
    Dianne Dorthy February 16, 2017 at 1:53 pm

    What’s happening here in Barbados???

  3. jrsmith February 16, 2017 at 2:16 pm

    I am not convince that vehicle insurances companies in barbados ,is really concern about they businesses , but then I would think if you are a clever motor mechanic in barbados you should make millions………

  4. Aneta February 16, 2017 at 2:57 pm

    This seems to be the year of accidents. Last year it was sudden deaths. I’m Wishing everyone well. Hope no serious injuries. We have to be more attentive on the road and learn to give way sometimes. It’s amazing how courteous drivers are in Canada. I’ve been at intersections and wonder how these people know who goes first. I finally figured it out. Being attentive and diligent. We must emulate this practice

  5. Cecilia Millar
    Cecilia Millar February 16, 2017 at 3:21 pm

    Looks like we under some curse smh

  6. seagul February 16, 2017 at 3:28 pm

    More fast food more fast cars. Heavy duty traffic and more collisions on our tiny streets. Politicians remain silent and fat from back-room deals. I think it’s a job to be impartial and provide a fair and thorough assessment of what’s happening on the ground from the perspective of what I’m able to see. And looking into my crystal ball I see more accidents, amputations, obesity, lung cancer and the list goes on. It’s time for us to…wake up and live.

  7. June Searles
    June Searles February 16, 2017 at 3:50 pm

    We need prayer

  8. jrsmith February 16, 2017 at 3:59 pm

    @, Seagul, hail, hail , well said, blame the politicians , I use to lay blame on motorist in Barbados ,but seeing in all cases there is no road management…
    One thing most roads dont carry the centre white line , I will bet if this was put in place with cats eyes , we would see a massive reduction in accidents…….
    @, Aneta , hail , hail, if I had pointed that out and said in the (UK) some people as I would give they stage names would have fire shot at me comparing Barbados to the UK,
    The idea is how good you are a driver, in (Canada) they drive on the right and traffic you give way to the left, in the (UK) we drive on the left hand giving way to traffic on the right always..
    But in barbados good road management is required, simple cheap technology in place and enforced would prevent lots of accidents and save lives…….
    White lines….
    Cats eyes …
    Speed limits and cameras…
    Road humps..
    Road width restriction signs ,which allows a single vehicle every time….
    Speed control informers which warns the driver what speed he/she is doing referring to speed limit……..
    We just need to step into the 21st century…….

    • hcalndre February 16, 2017 at 10:18 pm

      White lines, Yellow lines, double lines, signages are all in a bad state and they are not international standard. I passed a road this morning and this road has 4 crossings, they painted 2 in the first 4 hrs and put cones around it to divert the traffic so they will probably return after midday and do the other 2, those 4 crossings took a day to complete and in a week or so they would be not be visible. What a waste of the taxpayers money.

  9. Greengiant February 16, 2017 at 4:39 pm

    They are accidents between camels in the desert daily, and there’s no congestion on the desert roads. I said that to say that they’re accidents in each country in this world everyday. So really let’s just get on with our lives. Vehicular traffic has increased and so will accidents. Once we build more houses when they’re occupied we will have more break ins. With development comes an increase in every area. It’s called social development, so stop focusing on the things we can’t change and address what we can change.

    • hcalndre February 16, 2017 at 10:37 pm

      @Greengiant, any one with half of a brain would know that accidents will occur but barbados 21×14 mls and with roads that can`t accommodate the 2 bicycles riding side by side and the speed that they drive at on the roads like they always in a hurry, you would believe that they are on I-95 in New Jersey.

  10. Jennifer February 16, 2017 at 6:17 pm

    @jrsmith – you might as well throw in box junctions. There are some selfish drivers in Bim who see a gap and put their car and block it off preventing cars from turning in or out thereby holding up traffic. Use cameras to obtain addresses and post a ticket too.

  11. Clarion February 16, 2017 at 9:24 pm

    The QE needs a perfectly new Trauma Center! Every day looks like an external disaster. God bless the Staff at that institutiont.

  12. lester February 17, 2017 at 1:42 pm

    The problem is arrogance and ignorance study it

  13. Tony Waterman February 18, 2017 at 7:52 pm

    @Cecilia Millar!!! The only CURSE we are under, is Incompetence, and STUPIDITY.

    @Jennifer!!! I am going to HAZARD a guess here!!! You don’t Live in Barbados, and you Don’t follow things Bajan Continuosly.

    @jrsmith!!!! Had any other Dreams last Night???

    @Sonia Small!!!! These are NOT Accidents, They are Collisions caused by Incompetant Drivers.

    CCIDENT: an undesirable or unfortunate happening that occurs unintentionally and usually results in harm, injury, damage, or loss; casualty; mishap:

    an unforeseen event or one without an apparent cause
    anything that occurs unintentionally or by chance; chance; fortune:

    Collisiom: a violent impact of moving objects; crash
    collision implies the coming together of two or more things with such force that both or all are damaged or their progress is severely impeded .


  14. penny hill May 2, 2017 at 9:47 pm

    from 1983 to 2017 some roads in barbados were never repair everyear i travel them some comunity just don’t get represention try leaving baunden going to roebuck or hillaby you will go back in time even rock hall


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