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Vehicle slams into ambulance & speeds away

This ambulance was involved in a collision moments ago, April 4, 2015 when another vehicle slammed into it on the dual carriageway of the Sir Walter Francis Drive. Photo: VINO
The number plate that was left behind reportedly by the vehicle that sped away. Photo: VINO
The number plate that was left behind reportedly by the vehicle that sped away. Photo: VINO
WICKHAM'S CAY II, Tortola, VI- Normally on the scene to attend to victims of accidents, an ambulance became involved in a collision moments ago, April 4, 2015 when another vehicle slammed into it on the dual carriageway of the Sir Walter Francis Drive.

According to our Team of Reporters on the scene, the ambulance was hit from behind by a vehicle on the eastbound carriageway in the vicinity of the traffic lights at Wickham's Cay II.

The vehicle that hit the ambulance reportedly sped away, leaving a number plate (PQ 225) behind and some amount of debris.

It is not clear if anyone was injured.

Virgin Islands News Online will bring you more details as they come in.

26 Responses to “Vehicle slams into ambulance & speeds away”

  • wize up (04/04/2015, 17:02) Like (16) Dislike (11) Reply
    how stupid can one be(PQ 225)....I am trying to figure out how the bvi get to this place we have now become( I am mindful that I can not continue to live back in the 70's)......a set of crazy people now call the bvi-home(how can you run-down the people ting and run-off)
  • ANEGADA YOUTH. (04/04/2015, 17:07) Like (6) Dislike (2) Reply
    Wow.. really get some mad people out there.
  • one eye (04/04/2015, 17:18) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
    Caught in the act!!!
  • ... (04/04/2015, 17:19) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    Now this is thing to talk
  • DrDre (04/04/2015, 18:03) Like (9) Dislike (2) Reply
    Vino does you ever sleep???
  • karma (04/04/2015, 18:09) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    If indeed that was the licence plate that was left behind, as the saying goes, "God don't (sic) like ugly".

  • Outspoken (04/04/2015, 18:10) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    Be mindful that the owner of PQ-225 not going to make a report to the police that his vehicle is stolen. I hope bystanders can give a good description of the getaway driver
  • Yes (04/04/2015, 18:22) Like (7) Dislike (0) Reply
    Buss of Game Weak......
  • Aprils fool (04/04/2015, 18:28) Like (9) Dislike (3) Reply
    I can see his face come tues mornin when he get the knock knock on the door..... Police open up..... Ahhhhhhhhh I was tricking ayo Aprils Fool..... ahhhhh
  • talk (04/04/2015, 18:32) Like (5) Dislike (9) Reply
    This very reckless the BVI to slack with their laws people who commit a punishable should be send back to their country residents should be punish to the fullest the time has come for the legislatures to get serious the Island is out of hand .
    • who? (05/04/2015, 19:25) Like (5) Dislike (0) Reply
      Where does it say that the perpetrator came from somewhere else?
    • punctuation (07/04/2015, 14:46) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      Beside the fact that I had to put in the punctuation to make sense of your comment,where in this article was there any mention of the dumb on the run being a foreigner?????
  • Me Too (04/04/2015, 19:10) Like (10) Dislike (0) Reply
    This person needs to be in the Guiness Book of Records as 'Worlds Dumbest Driver'.
  • just asking. (04/04/2015, 19:10) Like (0) Dislike (4) Reply
    There must be more in the mata
  • kk (04/04/2015, 19:23) Like (4) Dislike (1) Reply
    Young people for you--get use to it-- wize up--Its not going to get any better--sorry to say. its more than wrong, its crazy. This is not the 70s or 80s boss, the 70s and 80s were filled with discipline and respect, nothing like this would happen back then,--wize up--
  • So (04/04/2015, 19:42) Like (5) Dislike (1) Reply
    Driver 225 had just purchased a roti and wanted to get home before it got cold.
    Some people for,y like cold food .
  • Patience Please (04/04/2015, 19:47) Like (9) Dislike (1) Reply
    The fool will read VINO and then call police to report that his vehicle was stolen. These drivers have no patience that's why we have so many accidents. They always quick to overtake. They have no consideration for pedestrians. Many times traffic stop because a big truck slowly making a turn and blocking a lane or an accident ahead then some jack@$$ just pullup and trying to overtake all of the other rides only to further block up traffic.
  • Yes (04/04/2015, 20:30) Like (3) Dislike (8) Reply
    He was in a hurry to go vote the ndp out yall
  • who cares (04/04/2015, 22:28) Like (12) Dislike (2) Reply
    I don’t see anyone on here voicing their concerns for occupants of the ambulance. These men and women who put their lives on the line every day to help us when we are in our greatest hour of need, but who cares about what happened to them? Come on VINO and BVI public show some compassion or at least pretend you care a little. Thanks to this man my friend is home now with injuries to his neck and back so what now??
    • @Who cares (05/04/2015, 01:33) Like (2) Dislike (2) Reply
      Good point. That is very unfortunate; BOTH for the individual AND for the ambulance service which I understand was already stretched thin.
  • apple pie (05/04/2015, 13:17) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
    This is so sad that drivers will stoop so low just to put their own life at risk and others
  • under the bus (06/04/2015, 22:52) Like (1) Dislike (0) Reply
    This is beyond crazy.

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