Weekend accident left two hospitalised

BusA collision between a mini bus plying the St David’s route and a truck has left two persons nursing injuries at the St. George’s General Hospital.

The grey bus with license number HF 321 was traveling up to St David’s with a number of passengers when it collided with a Special License truck, which was traveling in the direction of St George’s.

The incident happened last Saturday morning at Westerhall, St. David’s.

The Driver of the bus, Devon Pierre and his conductor known as Bubbles had to be rushed to the hospital for immediate medical treatment since they were believed to be in critical condition after
the collision.

TruckThe driver reportedly received a cut to his foot while the conductor was knocked unconscious.

Information reaching THE NEW TODAY Newspaper indicate that the driver lost two toes and his right foot was broken in two places.

PatientBubbles is said to have regained consciousness on Sunday and is now in a stable condition at the hospital.

This newspaper spoke with ASP Gregory Mathurine, Head of the Community Relations Department on Wednesday about the accident and he indicated that investigations are continuing into the accident and the police would not want to apportion blame.

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