UPDATE – First road fatality for 2018

Barbados has recorded its first road fatality for 2018.

The victim has been identified as 64-year-old Henderson Greenidge, a Barbadian living in England, and staying at Thicketts, St Philip.

Greenidge was struck by a motorcar along Four Roads, St Philip, around 11:30 last night.

The motorcar was being driven by 28-year-old Rico Clarke, of Lot 17A, Merricks, St Philip.

Greenidge suffered multiple injuries, and was transported to the state-run Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance for medical attention. He later succumbed to his injuries.

Investigations are continuing.

Last year there were 28 road deaths recorded, compared to ten in 2016.

6 Responses to UPDATE – First road fatality for 2018

  1. Rawle Mapp
    Rawle Mapp January 6, 2018 at 6:55 pm

    Condolences to the Greenidge family

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  2. Rhonda Greaves
    Rhonda Greaves January 6, 2018 at 7:09 pm

    Rip

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  3. Melva Roach
    Melva Roach January 6, 2018 at 9:36 pm

    Sad,,Rip

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  4. Kay January 7, 2018 at 7:31 am

    Y y this had to happen .only God knows. My cuz on his way to go with family. Not a bruise from first accident. N then some one come n take his life. What a big hole u leave n our heart’s. But God is above watching n He knows all n c all. My pray is that God will continued to grant us strength Comfort his wife , daughters n siblings n England. N we the family n BIM. Will b miss dearly. R I p cuz. Love always.a man with a Big Heart.

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  5. Olvin waterman January 7, 2018 at 10:20 am

    My condolences to henderson greenidge a k a.(tic)and deepest sympthy too his family. I have played cricket with and against him. May he R.I P. In Jesus name. Billy Jean. God bless

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  6. F.A.Rudder January 8, 2018 at 11:41 am

    A Med-Evac helicopter is desperately needed on our island to serve the outskirts of the two mile city limits which is a traffic conjestion area. Emergency responce time and trauma team response is critical to casualty care. Our Queen Elizebeth Hospital being the only emergency care unit on the island is catering to an international comunity due to our tourism market. We already have Medical tec trained paramedics on staff who can become crewmembers with certification unproblematic.

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