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Ellerslie students injured in crash

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TEN ELLERSLIE SECONDARY students escaped serious injury after the ZR van in which they were travelling toppled over in a ditch at the bottom of Brighton Hill, St Michael yesterday.

The accident occurred just after 5:45 p.m. when the driver Brian Jackman, 40, of Rose Hill, St Peter, apparently lost control as he approached the intersection with the Spring Garden Highway.

While the students, members of the school’s Intermediate cricket team, were able to crawl out of the van, the driver had to be taken out by officials of the Barbados Fire Service.

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