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Driver allegedly flees after SUVs collide @ SCB

The two sports utility vehicles that ended up in an accident in the vicinity of Sea Cows Bay, halting traffic coming towards Road Town this evening April 7, 2016. Photo: VINO
The two vehicles were apparently heading in the same direction when they came into contact with each other. Photo: VINO
The two vehicles were apparently heading in the same direction when they came into contact with each other. Photo: VINO
Police established that one of the drivers of the vehicle was absent. Police also warned the driver that was present of their intention to prosecute pending investigations and advised regarding giving of statements. Photo: VINO
Police established that one of the drivers of the vehicle was absent. Police also warned the driver that was present of their intention to prosecute pending investigations and advised regarding giving of statements. Photo: VINO
SEA COWS BAY, Tortola, VI - Two sports utility vehicles ended up in an accident in Sea Cows Bay, halting traffic coming towards Road Town this evening April 7, 2016.

When this news site arrived on the scene, in the vicinity of Sensus Gym in Manuel Reef, ranks of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force were conducting their investigations.

It is not clear what were the circumstances surrounding the accident.

Police established that the driver of one of the vehicles was absent. Police also warned the driver that was present of their intention to prosecute pending investigations and advised them regarding giving of statements.

There has been no report of injuries.

13 Responses to “Driver allegedly flees after SUVs collide @ SCB”

  • Bvvv (07/04/2016, 21:56) Like (18) Dislike (0) Reply
    Dumb A,, took of like a wild rabbit leaving the car behind. Can someone find that fool and present him with the A,, of the year award. The dummy ran off and leave the car behind. LOL.
    • LOL (08/04/2016, 07:33) Like (7) Dislike (1) Reply
      Stupid Idiot, perfect for the worlds dumbest criminal. SMH dumbo, expect a visit from the police any minute. LOL, leave a car at the scene of an accident. Who does that?
  • Hmmm (07/04/2016, 21:59) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    Another one
  • LOL (07/04/2016, 23:12) Like (4) Dislike (22) Reply
    The sins of the ndp
  • Mick Mars (08/04/2016, 01:44) Like (11) Dislike (1) Reply
    What sense it make to flee when you got a big piece of evidence left back such as the damned car you was driving?

    Stay and face the music. You'd come out better in the long run. Now when they do catch you, you got more charges...and if you ain't from here, possible jail time and deportation.

    Like a time three hatian dudes hit a jeep I was riding. Them dudes jump in the car and DIPSET then want to beg me for mercy when the cops catch them. All I had want was my ride fix fully and we cool....bit nah, cops hold them on that leaving a crime scene and it was out of my hands after that. Face the music...You's the one who made the sheet music.
  • he (08/04/2016, 06:32) Like (12) Dislike (0) Reply
    Maybe he was drunk. This is a strategy used by many, then show up later.
  • Mark (08/04/2016, 08:47) Like (16) Dislike (0) Reply
    He should of put the jeep in his pocket while he made his get away why leave it behind?
  • seargeant (08/04/2016, 09:05) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Good to see the ranks of police out taking measurements. It warms my cockles to see bobbies on the beat doing real police work and keeping joe public safe.
  • wake up (08/04/2016, 09:46) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    If the vehicle he was driving is not his, chances are the police will be looking to the person who own the vehicle not the driver in the accident. In any event, lets say the person was scared and fled.
    • Scary Mary (08/04/2016, 11:20) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
      If he doesn't want to be caught, he should have taken the steering wheel, door handles and anything else he touched with him as well. LOL!

      Really, some mother's children.
  • On Scene (08/04/2016, 12:09) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    Yaull stupid the driver was taken by the ambulance to the hospital before police came
  • Serious (08/04/2016, 22:39) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Let the police come with the tape measure and everything will be solved


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