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Flying tent injures arm of Int'l Motors customer

A man whose name is unknown at this time was said to have been rushed to the Peebles Hospital after a tent from the A. O. Shirley Recreation Grounds was uprooted by heavy winds and flew over to the premises of International Motors, injuring his arm in the process. Photo: VINO
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - A man whose name is unknown at this time was said to have been rushed to the Peebles Hospital after a tent from the A. O. Shirley Recreation Grounds was uprooted by heavy winds and flew over to the premises of International Motors, injuring his arm in the process.

While this news site was unable to secure a direct comment from the management of the motor vehicle company, junior staff did confirm that the incident had occurred earlier today, February 6, 2014. At the time of confirmation the staff said that the tent had already been returned to the sports ground and no other evidence of the incident was left at the company's premises. 

More details would be released once sourced.

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