Barbados suffers yet another accident between 2 buses

An accident with multiple injuries occurred today Wednesday April 27, 2011, along Holders Hill, St. James, involving two motor omnibuses owned by the Transport Board.

The RBPF Inspector disclosed - " All were treated at the scene by two doctors from the QEH. 12 persons in total, 10 were passengers."

An motor omnibus was driven by Richard Kellman, 48 years of Upton, St. Michael (complained of pains to his right foot); and the other motor omnibus was driven by Jefferson Williams, 50 years of Sealy Land Bank Hall, St. Michael, who complained of pains to his right knee and debris in his eyes.

Ten (10) passengers were aboard the buses, and complained of pains to various parts of their bodies. All were treated at the scene by two doctors from the QEH. 12 persons in total, 10 were passengers. They were then transported from the scene by four ambulances; four (4) to the Winston Scott Polyclinic and the other eight (8) to the QEH.

  • David Welch – Insp.

Public Relations Officer

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