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Tourist injured in motor scooter accident on Anegada

The motor scooter that ended up off the road on Anegada, resulting in injuries to a female tourist today, July 11, 2017. Photo: Team of Reporters
SETTING POINT, Anegada, VI- A female tourist was injured when the motor scooter she was riding ran off the road on Anegada today, July 11, 2017.

Details surrounding the accident remains sketchy; however, this news site was told by sources on Anegada that the woman "got hurt real bad" and was expected to be airlifted to Peebles Hospital on Tortola.

"We have many of this [accidents] going on and never get reported, but every time someone fall on Tola it's on the news...Here it's mainly because of the bad roads," a resident of Anegada told this news site.

We will provide more details on the accident once they become available.

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