Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Update: Three injured at Newton

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THREE PEOPLE WERE injured in a three-vehicle smash-up at Newton, Christ Church this afternoon. 

The accident which occurred around 2:30 p.m. involved a police van, a private car and a taxi. 

The police vehicle was driven by Sergeant William Morris, 51, of Green Point, St Philip while 49-year-old Deborah Bartlett of Cane Vale, Christ Church drove the car.  

The taxi was driven by 45-year-old Antonio Cummins of Kendal Hill, Christ Church who was accompanied by American visitor Alan Kinkenberg. 

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Morris and Bartlett complained for pains to the upper body and were transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance. Cummins complained of neck pain and opted to seek private medical attention. The visitor was uninjured. (PR/NB) 

 

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