Friday, April 19, 2024

Police need eyewitness help


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THE ROYAL BARBADOS Police Force is appealing to the public for assistance with their investigations into last Sunday’s fatal accident, which claimed the life of 32-year-old Samantha St Martin.Martin, a nurse at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, was a passenger in one of two cars involved in the early morning smash-up along the Spring Garden Highway. The police are urging motorists who were travelling along the highway at the same time and might have witnessed the accident to get in touch with the Black Rock Police Station at telephone numbers 417-7500; 7501 or 7504. (PR)


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