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February 19th, 2018
UPDATE: Police come up empty handed following reports of gunfire last night

BAUGHERS BAY, Tortola, VI- Ranks of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force (RVIPF) responded to reports of the sound of gunfire in the Baughers Bay area of Tortola last night, February 18, 2018 but came up empty handed.

February 3rd, 2018
Overturned car on Johnson’s Ghut a danger- Resident

JOHNSON’S GHUT, Tortola, VI- It is unclear whether the car toppled whilst being driven or fell from a road above, but the presence of the overturned vehicle on the Johnson’s Ghut Road, on the main island of Tortola, for the past two days is causing some concern.

August 1st, 2016
Bar owner robbed @ gunpoint in Johnson’s Ghut

ROAD TOWN, Tortola VI- Word reaching our news room from our Team of Reporters is that a bar owner was robbed of cash by an armed individual in Johnson’s Ghut on the main island of Tortola on Saturday evening, July 30, 2016.

May 26th, 2014
Vehicle runs over hillside road; 4 injured

JOHNSON’S GHUT, Tortola, VI - Four persons including two children have been injured following a vehicular accident in which a vehicle ran off a hillside road in the vicinity of Johnson’s Ghut today May 26, 2014.

May 12th, 2013
Traffic interrupted due to flash flooding at Johnson’s Ghut

PURCELL, Tortola, VI- Heavy rains yesterday afternoon, May 11, 2013 made traffic inaccessible in the Johnson’s Ghut area for more than an hour due to flash flooding that resulted.

December 31st, 2011
Traffic flowing in Purcell Estate Rd again!

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Normalcy has returned in the vicinity of the Johnson’s Ghut area as the Purcell Estate Road has been reopened to traffic and businesses have also reopened their doors in a much more business friendly environment.

October 31st, 2011
VG Hospital is in Johnson’s Ghut – PPA charges

LONG LOOK, Tortola, VI - The People’s Patriotic Alliance (PPA) says if access to health services is a priority for every Virgin Islander then the facilities would have already been in place because money is obviously not the problem but noted that the problem was about mixed up priorities.


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