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3-vehicle accident reported on James Walter Francis Drive

One of the vehicles involved in the accident on the eastbound carriageway of James Walter Francis Drive on November 2, 2022. Photo: Team of Reporters
PASEA ESTATE, Tortola, VI- An accident on the eastbound carriageway of James Walter Francis Drive resulted in police being called to the scene today, November 2, 2022.

According to reports, three vehicles were involved; however, only one of them appeared to have suffered major damages.

The accident reportedly occurred around 12:00pm in the Pasea Estate area..

No one was reported injured.

The circumstances surrounding the mishap are unclear.

11 Responses to “3-vehicle accident reported on James Walter Francis Drive”

  • Caution (02/11/2022, 15:06) Like (32) Dislike (1) Reply
    Watch where you’re going and stay a car length from the other car
    • Caution 2 (02/11/2022, 20:01) Like (22) Dislike (0) Reply
      And keep OFF the Cell Phones when driving. It's the #1 cause of most accidents most of the time. If the vehicle in front of you stop or slows down for whatever reason, you need to be aware so you to can slow down behind of them. Pay attention when driving on these roads.
  • That chooky thing mashing up ppl lives (02/11/2022, 15:08) Like (3) Dislike (8) Reply
    Wow. I hope everyone’s okay.
  • again? (02/11/2022, 17:09) Like (20) Dislike (5) Reply
    Patsy Lane strike again.
  • Well Sah (02/11/2022, 17:43) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
    Now no license and driving ppl thing.
    • Hot wheelz (02/11/2022, 19:12) Like (34) Dislike (3) Reply
      Listen,people on this island don't like to hold their side of the road, too many are driving in the middle of the road cause nobody want to slow down. The place full of reckless and selfish drivers and let's not start with the high beam lights.
      • c (02/11/2022, 20:10) Like (1) Dislike (18) Reply
        Contributing factor: Most cars here have the steering wheel on the left and the cars are driving on the left.
      • @Hot Wheelz (02/11/2022, 23:11) Like (22) Dislike (0) Reply
        I am convinced a lot of people driving paid someone for their license. Most people here drive like they don’t have basic driving sense. What is so damn hard to understand stay in your lane, stop stopping in the middle of the road to pick up someone, use your damn signal light if you are turning off the road so that the driver behind you know that you are about to turn and stop the F*****g bumper hugging/kissing.
  • dread (02/11/2022, 21:59) Like (10) Dislike (10) Reply
    That’s we woman ride , rasssss
  • Insane (03/11/2022, 10:35) Like (11) Dislike (0) Reply
    I have never understood why the same person who takes 45 minutes to bring you coffee at a breakfast restaurant, once behind the wheel of a car, tailgates 12 inches off of your bumper and passes recklessly at high speeds around corners. Mental illness or just incredible stupidity?
  • ???? female Power (03/11/2022, 20:33) Like (8) Dislike (0) Reply
    1) driving without license or covered by insurance
    2) always intoxicated
    3) can’t drive
    4)not ur trans
    5) still gets away from the law.

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