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Five injured at Campaign Castle


Five injured at Campaign Castle

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POLICE ARE CONDUCTING investigations into an accident which occurred around 5:30 p.m. where five people, including two young girls, were injured at Campaign Castle, Christ Church.

In one car, 45-year-old Eleanor McCollin-Joseph and her two daughters Nzingha (14) and Choiselle (11) of Bellair Terrace, St Philip, had various injuries.

Ms McCollin-Joseph suffered a broken right toe and had pain to her left knee. Nzingha complained for pain to the stomach and face and Choiselle had chest pain.

In the other vehicle, Joseph Renee, 56, of Wotton Terrace, Christ Church had pains in the right shoulder and waist, while 89-year-old passenger Earl Layne of Six Roads, St Philip complained for pain to his chest and had lacerations to both knees and over his left eye.

All were transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance for medical attention. (PR/SAT)