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Three rushed to hospital following accident @ Baughers Bay

October 29th, 2015 | Tags: Accident Baughers Bay injuries peebles hospital
The injured were rushed to Peebles Hospital. Photo: VINO/File
BAUGHER'S BAY, Tortola, VI - (Post Time 7:10pm) - Three persons were rushed to Peebles Hospital some time after 4:30pm today, October 29, 2015 following a head on collision at Jean Hill, Baugher's Bay just past Water and Sewerage Department.

The details surrounding the accident are sketchy at this time, however, it is this news site's information that three persons received multiple injuries.

The Fire and Rescue Services Department was called to the scene, along with Police and Emergency Medical Technicians.

Up to press time the RVIPF Public Relations Department did not provide any information regarding the accident.

10 Responses to “Three rushed to hospital following accident @ Baughers Bay”

  • ann (29/10/2015, 20:27) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
    Again oh lord!
  • wize up (29/10/2015, 21:23) Like (0) Dislike (6) Reply
    is it me or we having an increase of accidents: we need the police on the highways
    • Fools (29/10/2015, 22:15) Like (4) Dislike (7) Reply
      Its the police's fault and i guess governments that people have no sense when they drive?
      • @fools (30/10/2015, 02:11) Like (16) Dislike (1) Reply
        Yes. You can say some of it is the police fault. Moped and moped riders are on the increase you can see them in town in and out of traffic two people no helmet passing police and police stations. I saw a big truck full of garbage no covering garbage dropping off from the truck in front of police. Omg. Time to enforce the laws
        • Agree (30/10/2015, 09:04) Like (4) Dislike (0) Reply
          But the problem is when the Police start to enforce these and other laws you hear how they are harassing people, blocking up the traffic and how they are not from here and all that. As a people we have a responsibility to uphold the laws of this Territory and this include the way we conduct ouselves on our highways. Enforcement will only go thus far but educating ourselves on the laws and personal expectations is the key.
  • god bless vino (29/10/2015, 23:12) Like (2) Dislike (5) Reply
    That's how we does know whats going on!
  • see no see (30/10/2015, 02:15) Like (7) Dislike (3) Reply
    I agree with the police. Close your eyes and get psy. See what happened to Callwood for been fast and doing his job. He end up with no job.
    • VERA (30/10/2015, 08:20) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
      The place is running like the WILD WEST since the former one stop the traffic police from going out when an accident happen The place is running as if there is no police in the country robberies is on the rise where is the cameras police should be patrolling the town where there is no cameras and drive around in there patrol cars the place is too small not to have the police them patrolling the town if police close their eyes they do not need to be on the force they get paid to protect the country it is time for a good over haul of that department to get this place secure.
  • Not really (30/10/2015, 10:37) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    The driver in the pick up truck is from PR and was on the wrong side coming to town. Sometimes people forget what side of the road we drive on. Sorry about the accident and I hope everyone will be alright. The driver of the car I hope will be alright she has had some rough time lately hang in there everything is going to be alright soon.
    • EE resident (30/10/2015, 14:53) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      That is exactly what I thought was the cause. The car was really smashed up, head-on impact - it was an old model too so did not see any air bags deployed. The pick up driver was there talking with the Police and could see him constantly looking over at the Fire Officers assisting the injured.

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