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Three vehicle collision slows traffic in RT

Traffic in the heart of Road Town, Tortola came to a minor halt today, Saturday, July 20, 2019, following a three-vehicle collision on the James Walter Francis Drive at the intersection B&F Medical Complex and the Virgin Islands House of Assembly (HoA) offices. Photo: Team of Reporters
Up to publication time, no one was reported injured as a result of the accident, however, ranks from the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) were summoned on the scene to investigate. Photo: Team of Reporters
Up to publication time, no one was reported injured as a result of the accident, however, ranks from the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) were summoned on the scene to investigate. Photo: Team of Reporters
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - Traffic in the heart of Road Town, Tortola came to a minor halt today, Saturday July 20, 2019, following a three-vehicle collision on the James Walter Francis Drive at the intersection B&F Medical Complex and the Virgin Islands House of Assembly (HoA) offices.

Up to publication time, no one was reported injured as a result of the accident, however, ranks from the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) were summoned on the scene to investigate.

This new accident in Road Town is the third within a 24hrs basis, as traffic on Fish Lock Road was interrupted last evening, July 19, 2019, following an accident between two SUVs in front of Flow.

Earlier that same afternoon, a rider of a motor scooter was taken to Peebles Hospital following another collision on De Castro Street.

Virgin Islands News Online (VINO) will bring more details on this new accident as it becomes available.

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