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Two injured in separate accidents

A Transport Board bus and a minibus were involved in a collision at Sargeants Village, Christ Church, yesterday. (Picture by Kenmore Bynoe.) Passersby coming to the aid of the driver whose car crashed into the wall of the Rendezvous, Christ Church, Hawthorn Memorial Methodist Church after a collision with another yesterday. (Picture by Sharon Harding.)

Sat, January 05, 2013 - 12:06 AM

There were two accidents in Christ Church yesterday morning resulting in two people receiving medical attention.

A collision between a Transport Board bus and a minibus made the normally busy Sargeants Village main road impassable early yesterday morning for over two hours.

Many drivers were forced to seek an alternative route from around 6:15 a.m. when the two vehicles collided about 200 yards from the entrance to JB’s/Super Centre.

Two ambulances responded to what turned out to be a number of minor injuries.

One of the more serious victims, a woman travelling in the minibus, was transported to the hospital.

The Transport Board Bus, which was travelling from Bridgetown, suffered damage to the front, while the back right side of The City-bound minibus obtained the greatest damage.

Meanwhile, hours later an accident involving two vehicles in Rendezvous, resulted in a woman having to seek medical attention after her car slammed into the wall of the Hawthorn Memorial Methodist Church. (KB/AH)

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