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Vehicles topple in separate accidents

The truck on its side in the background in the Great Mountain area this morning, January 13, 2018. Team of Reporters
It is unclear how this car ended up on its side in Johnson's Ghut but, according to reports reaching our newsroom today, January 13, 2018, the accident may have occurred last night. Photo: Team of Reporters
It is unclear how this car ended up on its side in Johnson's Ghut but, according to reports reaching our newsroom today, January 13, 2018, the accident may have occurred last night. Photo: Team of Reporters
GREAT MOUNTAIN, Tortola, VI- Two vehicles ended up on their sides following separate accidents on the Virgin Islands main island of Tortola.

In one of the accidents, which occurred this morning, January 13, 2018, a heavy duty truck toppled along the Great Mountain road.

Traffic has been severely affected in that area.

It is unclear how the truck ended up turning on its side and whether anyone was hurt.

Car accident

Our newsroom was also informed that a car ended up on its side in Johnson's Ghut sometime last night.

It is unclear at this time how the incident occurred or whether anyone was injured.

We will bring more details as they come in.

3 Responses to “Vehicles topple in separate accidents”

  • ... (13/01/2018, 09:52) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    hope its not too much to drink
  • NezRez (13/01/2018, 12:11) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    So times passing on small roads to avoid other cars, you may go too far to the edge. Since our infrastructure is so worn away and fragile, there should be guardrails at certain tight spots. So people, we must drive with caution and slow down. I still see people speeding dangerously close and behind other vehicles. Our lives are at stake.
  • wize up (13/01/2018, 14:18) Like (3) Dislike (0) Reply
    People the road are bad, drive slower some of us still driving like a set Sk$nt$


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