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Three injured in accident at Waterford Bottom


Three injured in accident at Waterford Bottom

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POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING a three-vehicle collision involving a police van and two cars.

It occurred around 4:15 p.m. today along Waterford Bottom, St Michael in the area of the Clyde Walcott and left three people injured.

The police vehicle was driven by 53-year-old Acting Inspector Winston Goddard who is assigned to the Criminal Investigations Department at the Oistins Police Station.

The cars were driven by Basil Brathwaite, 48, of Fernihurst, Black Rock, St Michael, and Richford Drakes, 69, of Eden Lodge, St Michael. 

Goddard and Brathwaite both complained of pain to the shoulder and back, whilst Drakes received minor abrasions to the face.

Goddard was transported to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance while Brathwaite and Drakes opted to seek private medical attention. (PR/NB)