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Minivan overturns in VG with no injuries

-Residents concerned about the spiraling death rate on the sister Island
January 28th, 2015 | Tags: Minivan Accident Iris O’Neal Clinic
The ambulance on the accident scene where the minivan was turned turtle. Photo: Team of Reporters
The second vehicle that was involved in yesterday's accident on Virgin Gorda. Photo: Team of Reporters
The second vehicle that was involved in yesterday's accident on Virgin Gorda. Photo: Team of Reporters
HANDSOME BAY, Virgin Gorda, VI – Yesterday afternoon January 27, 2015 when residents of Virgin Gorda heard of a two vehicle accident several persons said that their first reaction was to pray that there were no deaths or serious injuries.

At about some minutes to 4:00pm there was an accident that occurred with a minivan and a rental car. According to persons on the scene the occupants of both vehicles escaped with only minor bruise and scratches.

“The minivan turned over, we didn’t see what happen, how they collided but what we see is that nobody ain’t had to be rushed to the morgue or Peebles and that we glad about,” said one of the eyewitnesses who made contact with this news site last evening.

“…it is surprising that no one had any major injuries, we can’t handle how accidents and sudden deaths have been going on here since the break of 2015,” said another.

“Some of our good people just passing away like sand, business people, soon as you spin around is news of some death again and again, bad omen on VG and we got to be careful,” said one woman.

Efforts to confirm if indeed anyone was taken for medical treatment as result of the accident were futile from official sources including the Public Relations Unit of the Royal Virgin Islands Police Force. However sources at the Iris O’Neal Health Centre did confirm that they had no such patients despite the fact that their ambulance had rushed to the scene on hearing of the accident.

9 Responses to “Minivan overturns in VG with no injuries”

  • xxxxxxxx (28/01/2015, 08:41) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
    oh NO what's going on in VG...
  • chad (28/01/2015, 09:44) Like (4) Dislike (53) Reply
    This is just the evil of all the NDP phony campaign visits to VG about office hours...God is angry!
  • qc (28/01/2015, 12:11) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Maybe this is the part where divine intervention comes in?
  • Sister (28/01/2015, 13:59) Like (3) Dislike (7) Reply
    God want the people of Virgin Gorda to turn from there wicked ways & turn to him. This is waking up time, there is a shifting in the atmosphere.
  • CHATTY (28/01/2015, 18:34) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply

    Now, how the HELL they manage to get tha $h1t do????????????????????????

  • Real Talk (29/01/2015, 19:47) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Drivers keep off your phone when you're driving. My view... Self phone distraction. .but the he realize it was too late. Real talk happy he survive - lessons learn. All off us... Stop using phone without proper handheld. You're putting other's and mostly you're in danger.

  • Mind Yo Business (29/01/2015, 23:52) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    So is only VG got wicked people......Look like VG is some kinda demon island. If you have nothing proper to say I beg you please Shut Up and keep off the news sites.
  • Vg man (30/01/2015, 21:03) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    Some people so stupid because a few things happen the island gone to hell. The accident with the boat that hit the rocks was a careless act because the captain know the route to North Sound because its not the first time they were out at night on sea heading Oil Nut Bay. The others that died everyone was sick, who ain't had cancer had strokes and all kinda issues. People need to stop be narrow minded about everything that goes on. I guess if Ebola hit Tortola and have the country dead is because we need pray we bad omg! About the whole population of the BVI died in Africa with the Ebola outbreak some where innocent I guess they had need God to.

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