Road fatality in Christ Church

sherieholder, sherieholder@nationnews.com

Added 30 December 2012

Barbados has recorded another road fatality. Police are reporting there was a two-vehicle collision just after 3 this morning on the Adam section of the ABC Highway which resulted in the fatality. The deceased is Argyle Walker, age 63 of Thyme Bottom, Christ Church, who died at the scene.  Walker’s car was involved in a collision with another car driven by Anthony Jordan, age 23, of Lewis Gap, Green Hill, St. Michael.  Jordan is being treated for minor injuries at the QEH.  The police report also states that the accident took place in an area "about midway between the Henry Forde Roundabout and the Kingsland junction). Anyone who may have witnessed this accident or may have information concerning this accident is asked to call the Oistins Police Station at telephone number 418-2612. This is a developing story.

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