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At least 2 vehicles involved in accident @ Pockwood Pond

April 30th, 2017 | Tags: Accident Pockwood Pond injuries police ambulance
Two of the vehicles involved in an accident at Pockwood Pond this morning, April 30, 2017. Photo: Team of Reporters
One of the vehicles involved in the accident at Pockwood Pond today April 30, 2017 included a pickup (right). Photo: Team of Reporters
One of the vehicles involved in the accident at Pockwood Pond today April 30, 2017 included a pickup (right). Photo: Team of Reporters
Persons at the scene of the accident at Pockwood Pond today, April 30, 2017. Photo: Team of Reporters
Persons at the scene of the accident at Pockwood Pond today, April 30, 2017. Photo: Team of Reporters
POCKWOOD POND, Tortola, VI- The new week has started unpleasantly for the owners of at least two vehicles involved in an accident at Pockwood Pond this morning, April 30, 2017.

According to reports reaching our newsroom, the vehicles collided in the Pockwood Pond area, on the main island of Tortola, at around 8:30 AM.

However, according to an eyewitness, there were three vehicles involved but this could not be confirmed at the time of publication.

It is unclear the circumstances surrounding the mishap and whether there were any injuries.

Police and ambulance were on the scene.

More details as they become available.

9 Responses to “At least 2 vehicles involved in accident @ Pockwood Pond”

  • wize up (30/04/2017, 10:18) Like (13) Dislike (0) Reply
    2 things(slow down & fix the roads)
  • one eye (30/04/2017, 10:41) Like (1) Dislike (2) Reply
    Hope they were on their way to chirch
  • Too much fete (30/04/2017, 10:57) Like (2) Dislike (18) Reply
    Just people going home after party/strip club etc and a bit tight. Tying to reach home before them boy/girlfriend or parents wake up or to shower fast to go church etc. basic living for around here.
  • Xxx (30/04/2017, 11:04) Like (7) Dislike (3) Reply
    There is an open space it must be thoes jumbees
  • HILLS (30/04/2017, 11:26) Like (27) Dislike (0) Reply
    4 things,
    stop overtaking on corners, stop speeding. stop texting , stop talking on phones.
    • @HILLS (30/04/2017, 13:35) Like (20) Dislike (0) Reply
      wonderfully stated, amen! I don't understand why
      there are large posters along the roadside encouraging
      Alcohol but we can't put up large posters discouraging
      TEXTING WHILE DRIVING. Every single day
      that goes by when am driving, I observe at least
      five person texting and driving.
  • pat (30/04/2017, 12:43) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
    Hope they are aall ok
  • WTF (01/05/2017, 09:58) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
    I see some government ministers in traffic talking on their cell phones all the time. Talking, or texting is dangerously distracting, and can cause death, or serious injury. Anyone using their cellphone while operating a vehicle, is very irresponsible.
  • flUffy (01/05/2017, 11:42) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Even the Police drive on their cellphones, on Friday I drove for 10 minutes behind a woman police officer on her phone,



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