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One injured in Slaney accident

January 22nd, 2012 | Tags: peebles hospital Accident vehicles injuries Slaney
The Pathfinder which the female driver was driving on its side following the accident.
The other vehicle a blue Toyota Corolla that was involved in the accident.
The other vehicle a blue Toyota Corolla that was involved in the accident.
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – A female driver sustained injuries and was taken to the Peebles Hospital following an accident in Slaney, in the vicinity of Dolphin Discovery this evening January 22, 2012 sometime after 6 p.m.

According to information reaching this news site, the female driver of a white Pathfinder PP 38 was driving in a westerly direction when it was involved in an accident with a blue Toyota Corolla car PV 13237 which was heading in an easterly direction towards Road Town.

The female driver was the lone passenger in the Pathfinder which was on its side following the accident. It is unclear how serious are her injuries.

However, unconfirmed reports are that she was conscious when she was transported by ambulance to the hospital but was seen bleeding.

The blue Toyota Corolla had one passenger and the driver and neither of them sustained any visible injuries. Both were the scene after the incident and were assisting Police with their investigations, who had arrived on the scene around 7:30 p.m.

Virgin Islands News Online will bring you more details as the information becomes available.

5 Responses to “One injured in Slaney accident”

  • SHARA PARLIN (23/01/2012, 00:34) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    oh no this leap year thing seems true!
  • jesus saves (23/01/2012, 07:32) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    well its so close to the sea they must be lucky it did not go into the sea!
  • Real Talk (23/01/2012, 08:26) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Hope they were not trying to watch the dolphins!
  • billy b (23/01/2012, 08:53) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    next thing yuh gonna hear is they want traffic light down there too, instead of taking responsibility for their reckless driving
  • bump (03/02/2012, 13:34) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    someone NEEDS to slow traffic around there somehow. i work at Prospect and the speeds people go past the entrance at are stupid, making it dangerous coming in and out of Prospect. I see an accident every few days it seems... maybe government should start cataloguing accident black spots and slow the traffic in those areas when the numbers show it


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