Six injured in two accidents
SIX PASSENGERS on two public service vehicles were among those injured in two accidents yesterday.
Two route taxis, one driven by 38-year-old Donaghue Pollard, of Canefield, St Thomas, and the other by Adrian Jackman, 49, of Rose Hill, St Peter, collided along Princess Alice Highway, Bridgetown, around 6:35 a.m.
Pollard complained of pain to the back, while three of his passengers reported pain to the back, leg and arm. Two of the passengers on the second route taxi had neck and head pains.
Two of the injured were taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) for treatment.
Later in the day, 36-year-old Tracia Walker, of Bayville, St Michael, complained of pain to the right side and was taken to the QEH by ambulance after being involved in a collision along the ABC Highway near the Deighton Griffith School.
The other driver was Nicole Thompson, 43, of Green Hill Drive, Silver Hill. ( PR/SAT)