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Traffic Department kept busy with vehicle accidents

Traffic Department kept busy with vehicle accidents

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Last Saturday, June 17, officers attached to the Traffic Department of the Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force were kept busy.

At around 12.50 p.m., at Ratho Mill, minivan H1363, owned by Hawkins Nanton of Calder and driven by Shane Browne of Villa and a Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) P4287, owned by Glenroy Browne of Calder collided.

The minivan overturned and 15 passengers sustained minor injuries and were treated and discharged from the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital (MCMH). The driver of the SUV was up to press time still a patient at the MCMH.

Later that day in Arnos Vale at about 5.15 p.m., a minivan HC711, owned by Reynold Browne of Ratho Mill and driven by Stanrod Henry of Golden Vale and a car, P5889, owned Nathan Joseph of Belmont and driven by Juan Dupie of Belmont, collided.

The car was heading into Kingstown and the minivan heading away from the capital.

The driver of the minivan received a cut to his right knee while two passengers were treated and discharged from the MCMH.

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