Update: Police investigate St James accident


Two men were injured in a two–car smash up at Lower Carlton, St James that occurred around 6:45 p.m.

They are Ryan Browne, 30, of Denton Road, Grazettes, St Michael and Wilfred Francis, 60, of Sion Hill, St James.

Both Browne and Francis received injuries to the right hip, feet and hands.

They were transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance.

Browne and Francis are said to be in stable condition.

Police are continuing investigations.

3 Responses to Update: Police investigate St James accident

  1. Ryvan Springer
    Ryvan Springer March 13, 2017 at 7:16 am

    Lil ass cars, lil ass roads what’s the problem?, thank god there were no fatalities.

  2. Tony Webster March 13, 2017 at 9:08 am

    You know…these ramped-up accidents, make a lotta sense, viewed from all angles, like:-
    1: human toll: deaths, wrecked families, and/ or permanent disabilities; Inability to continue working etc.
    2. Personal financial losses/ costs: replacement/ repairs to one, or two vehicles.
    3: national costs: extra strain on “free” medical attention, medicines; at Q.EH.; rehab; crutches, wheelchairs etc.
    4: FURTHER depletion of F/X current balances, when a replacement vehicle is imported.

    We must have a lot of very intelligent Bajans, hereabouts, and nowabouts. While several ministeries therefore have a vested, joint interests, in such matters, we never hear from ANY of such folks, that having reviewed the availed facts , and statistics from all sources ( I suggest that the Insurers, and the R.B.P.F. Would ( or could, and should) be compiling sufficient and pertinent data on the prime causative factors arising in our accident- toll ( yes, we appreciate that individual accidents cannot be publicly dissected as ” legal toes” might be mashed) but aggregated analyses MUST be possible), and could be key to showing how to go about sundry actions to ameliorate this madness.

    What, exactly, are we waiting for? A drunk lunatic to plunge into the P.M.’s car? Or with all hands now “busy on deck”… Just leave it all in the hands of our hard- working , Pro-Bono, Road Safety Associstion President?

    SHANE ON YOU “Relevant” ministers!

  3. Tony Waterman March 13, 2017 at 10:54 am

    I Sincerely WISH and HOPE that People/Persons Including the Staff of this Publication WILL REFRAIN from Calling these Vehicle Smash ups “ACCIDENTS” they are “COLLISSIOS”.

    BTW: How would the Reporter know if it was indeed an Accident.(Unavoidable)

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


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