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Daughter of Education Minister in auto accident; minor injuries

- Social media users suggest ‘satanic poster’ caused incident
Information reaching the Virgin Islands News Online (VINO) news center from our team of reporters is that the daughter of embattled Education and Culture Minister, Hon Myron V. Walwyn (AL) was involved in a motor vehicle accident. Photo: Team of Reporters
According to police sources, the young lady, who was the lone driver of a red Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) escaped with minor injures yesterday, Thursday, January 17, 2019. Photo: Team of Reporters
According to police sources, the young lady, who was the lone driver of a red Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) escaped with minor injures yesterday, Thursday, January 17, 2019. Photo: Team of Reporters
Many on social media have said that a tree next to the pole she collided into, had one of the infamous posters that one man of the cloth, Bishop John I. Cline had labelled,
Many on social media have said that a tree next to the pole she collided into, had one of the infamous posters that one man of the cloth, Bishop John I. Cline had labelled, "satanic" and "brings evil energies." Photo: VINO/File
SOPHIE BAY, Tortola, VI - Information reaching the Virgin Islands News Online (VINO) news centre from our team of reporters is that the daughter of embattled Education and Culture Minister, Hon Myron V. Walwyn (AL) was involved in a motor vehicle accident.

According to police sources, the young lady, who was the lone driver of a red Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) escaped with minor injures yesterday Thursday, January 17, 2019. She apparently lost control of the SUV and collided into a utility pole with the car suffering major damages and altering the pole.

Many on social media have since said that a tree next to the pole in which she collided, had one of the infamous posters that one man of the cloth, Bishop John I. Cline labelled, "satanic" and "brings evil energies."

The posters?

Our newsroom is still on the hunt for the artiste or persons responsible for putting up the mysterious posters of cats, dogs and ‘I love the BVI’ around the Island of Tortola. They also erected posters of Santa Clause during the holiday season.

Following the accident yesterday, police were called to the scene and are investigating the matter that took place just before 1:00 PM in the area of Sophie Bay, on Tortola. 

The Minister’s daughter is said to be at home recovering from minor bruises but still in shock over the incident.

14 Responses to “Daughter of Education Minister in auto accident; minor injuries”

  • SMH (18/01/2019, 11:31) Like (55) Dislike (9) Reply
    If this man is really of the Cloth, his Faith is weak! Come on! If God is in your heart, things of these nature should bare no consequences! The Mind is a terrible thing to waste, especially when it comes to mental washing.
    • wake up (18/01/2019, 12:25) Like (18) Dislike (31) Reply
      Your mind is really weak if you don’t understand how the powers of darkness operate. It’s the devil that has you ignorant.

      People perish for a lack of knowledge:

      Read and understand

      http://www.battlefocused.org/spiritual-warfare/power-of-darkness.php
  • Crazy days (18/01/2019, 11:32) Like (62) Dislike (6) Reply
    Always someone else's fault. Satanic poster, or otherwise. It was an unfortunate accident, nothing more. Hope the young lady is better soon.
  • Jaigon (18/01/2019, 11:50) Like (51) Dislike (1) Reply
    Wow, sorry to hear that. Glad she only received minor injuries. Hope everything will be ok with her. Worry not about that car, it’s only material thing, instead be thankful to God that you still alive
  • one eye (18/01/2019, 12:16) Like (15) Dislike (44) Reply
    her dad obeah should be strong enough!
  • 2 grand (18/01/2019, 14:23) Like (20) Dislike (0) Reply
    i have made an observation on the same road coming from town heading east coming off the hill with the retaining wall you should proceed with caution very slowly because of the bend or curve in the road. You can lose control and drift off the road . i mysel have nearly run off the road in that same area but after adjusting my driving habits coming down the hill east or west bound it's more safe. Just my amateur observations. Cat and dog luck ain't the same. Govt should erect signs proceed with caution. Slow down going down. My 2 cents might help save a life
    • Agree (18/01/2019, 18:21) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
      I fully agree with you. The lack of street lighting also presents a danger. However most people speed down that hill and underestimate the curve and end up in similar predicaments. That is the second time this month that that pole got snapped in half.
  • officer (18/01/2019, 17:09) Like (7) Dislike (9) Reply
    Im sure she looked at the cat to long why she lost control
  • for real (18/01/2019, 22:15) Like (2) Dislike (7) Reply
    It was that cat the eyes started to glow then she hit the pole
  • FEELING (19/01/2019, 20:20) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
    Satan my rass...always some excuse for your own f ups..at least it aint whitey fault...this time.Yall to darn distracted by everything yall encounter.In life and Driving..KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE ROAD.I don't now the young lady and only she know what happened..get well soon...To the one day Christians...get a life.bye bye.
  • Catty (21/01/2019, 14:03) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    @FEELING and you may never get to 'now' her LMAO


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