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SUVs collide @ traffic lights in Road Town

Police at the scene of the accident at the intersection of Waterfront Drive and Admin Drive today, October 29, 2019. Photo: Team of Reporters
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Traffic ranks of the Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) now have the task of determining who failed to heed the traffic lights on Waterfront Drive and caused an accident at the beginning of rush hour this afternoon, October 29, 2019.

According to reports reaching Virgin Islands News Online, the accident that occurred around 4:30pm involved two SUVs.

One of the vehicles was proceeding out of Admin Drive into Waterfront Drive while the other was heading West on Waterfront Drive when they collided at the intersection.

No one was injured in the accident that resulted in minor damages to the vehicles involved.

Police were quickly on the scene and ensured traffic remained in motion.

12 Responses to “SUVs collide @ traffic lights in Road Town”

  • Oh My (29/10/2019, 17:01) Like (31) Dislike (7) Reply
    When there was no lights, everybody was just fine..... now as them gone up look wa happen!
  • Walley (29/10/2019, 17:39) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    When you see a rental plate or a Taxi plate slow down. Drama: a taxi and a rental collide at an intersection under the traffic lights high daylight.
  • lodger (29/10/2019, 19:45) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    I drive a rental.
  • I won’t even lie (29/10/2019, 21:50) Like (22) Dislike (1) Reply
    It had a few times I nearly run through those traffic lights because I’m so use to them not being there lol
  • Rush holt (29/10/2019, 22:38) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
    People always rushing to get on carriage way from intersecting roads.
  • rattie (30/10/2019, 04:33) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    Hope they.have insurance
  • Hmm (30/10/2019, 06:09) Like (1) Dislike (4) Reply
    They need to close that entrance after the traffic light going to marias by the sea. Well u could drive in after the light but not out.
  • obey (30/10/2019, 07:19) Like (13) Dislike (1) Reply
    Follow the traffic rules. Problem is they are not enforced so nobody does because this is no-accountability land in the eyes of many.
  • Lb (30/10/2019, 07:42) Like (10) Dislike (2) Reply
    2 years and no accidents. 2 weeks with stoplights and boom accident.
  • Sick (30/10/2019, 10:02) Like (13) Dislike (0) Reply
    a lot of fools in the bvi does b running red light like it green
    • @ Sick (31/10/2019, 01:44) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      No ppl need to learn how to drive and the traffic will flow better. Tell me why on earth someone turning right by RedCross is waiting for the green arrow. Once there are no vehicles the individual can go. You can also turn on left on the red. There is no sign that says No Left Turn On Red.
  • Follow the traffic rules (30/10/2019, 13:28) Like (6) Dislike (0) Reply
    It is as simple as that. This has nothing to do with whether one has gotten use to lights being there or not. The fact is, a driver should be driving in the present, with full awareness. When is all this lawlessness going to stop?

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