Two Road Fatalities in Barbados over the weekend, as One for Remand ’til November
An accident which resulted in a two road fatalities occurred about 05:40 am of 9th June 2012along Ruby Road, St. Philip, involving a motor car and a minibus.
The motor car was driven by Stephen Chase, 25 years of Rock Hall, St. Philip. The two deceased persons are:
1. Keisha Mason, 29 years of Brownes Gap, Sargeant Village, Christ Church; and
2. Jason Burke, 31 years of Train Road, Marchfield, St. Philip.
Initial investigations revealed that the minibus was travelling to Bayfield and the motor car from the direction of Long Bay when they collided on the Ruby Road. Personnel of the Barbados Fire Service assisted in extricate the injured and the deceased.
The other occupants were:
• Shelly Bourne, 30 years of Clapham, Christ Church. She complained of pains to back and neck and lacerations about her body; and
• Lisa Brathwaite, 33 years of Black Rock, St. Michael. She complained of lacerations and pains about her body.
There were also two other passengers in the minibus. There were:
• Richard Alleyne of Lowthers, St. Patrick. He complained of pains to his neck; and
• Karen Thompson of Foursquare, St. Philip, who complained of pains to her feet.
George Patrick Cobham appeared at the District A Magistrate Court on Saturday June 9, 2012, and was granted bail in the sum of $5,000 with one surety. He is to reappear on 13 November 2012.
- David Welch | Insp.
Royal Barbados Police Force’s PRO