Friday, April 19, 2024

Four hurt as two cars flip in St Lucy

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A 19-MONTH-OLD BABY was among four St Lucy residents rushed to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital after a two-car smash-up in Husbands, in the same parish, yesterday morning.
Couple Richard and Charlene Roach, both 50 years old, of Pie Corner, were in one vehicle and Kelly-Ann Griffith, 29, along with her baby Tianna Archer, of Crab Hill, were in the other when the collision occurred around 7:12 a.m.
Both cars overturned and were extensively damaged.
The Roaches and Griffith all complained of various injuries. The baby seemed unhurt but was still taken to the hospital by ambulance.
At press time the condition of the injured was unknown.
Above are the overturned vehicles at the accident scene. (SP)

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