Ten people injured in accident

Police are conducting investigation into an accident with which occurred sometime around 10:15 p.m. on Wednesday along Parris Hill, St Joseph.

Ten people were injured in the accident involving a Transport Broad bus which was being driven by 45-year-old Anthony McClean of Marley Vale, St Philip.

McClean was travelling down hill when, as a result of the wet conditions, the bus began to skid. He lost control of the bus which subsequently collided with the cut rock in the area.

Police said McClean had to be freed from the vehicle by personnel from the Fire Department. He received a laceration to his leg.

The other injured persons complained of pain to the head, neck, back, and hands.

McClean and a 36-year-old female and her one-year-old son were transported to the QEH by ambulance for medical attention. They were treated and discharged. The other injured persons opted to seek private medical attention.

Two fire tenders and eight fire officers under the command of Divisional Officer Henderson Patrick responded to the accident.

One Response to Ten people injured in accident

  1. Anton June 8, 2017 at 7:07 pm

    It is most unfortunate that the Transport Board which is already short of buses is constantly losing more to frequent accidents. The indications are that the road was wet at the time. Many of the Board’s drivers tend to drive fast and at times reckless and they tail gate traffic as if trying to run you off the road.


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