Six injured in crash
POLICE AND EMERGENCY personnel had their hands full yesterday morning following a collision between two privately owned ZR vans, with one of them crashing into two other vehicles in the forecourt of a fuelling station.
The Wildey Triangle, which is normally the scene of heavy traffic, was thrown into chaos, with vehicles backed up to as far as the Graeme Hall Roundabout in Christ Church after the crash, which left six people injured. Two of the injured were transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Rubis Gas Station in Wildey was the scene of the drama, and its manager Donald Layne told the WEEKEND NATION that he had never witnessed anything like it.
“Unfortunately, one of the vans . . . touched the other one and . . . then he came crashing into the station, hitting a car that was parked and moved it about 20 feet and into another vehicle that was refuelling at the pump.
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