Monday, April 15, 2024

11 injured in smash-up


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A mass casualty operation began after a public service vehicle carrying eight passengers and a motor van collided at the junction of Evelyn Drive and Carter’s Main Road, Christ Church, yesterday afternoon.
According to police reports, 11 people, including the drivers and a conductor, complained of pain resulting from broken noses to neck and foot injuries.
Police said the accident happened around 3:50 p.m. and involved ZR driver Gerry Hurdle, 36, of Military Road, Bush Hall, St Michael, and van driver Jonathan Thompson, 27, of Upper Carters Gap, Christ Church.
Here, Gerry Hurdle getting medical attention from a member of the emergency services at Carter’s Main Road yesterday.

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