Three injured following four vehicle smash-up at Mangrove
Three people had to be taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for treatment after a four-car smash up at the intersection of Mangrove and Market Road, St Philip, this morning.
Police public relations officer, (ag) Inspector Rodney Inniss, said the driver of one of the vehicles, Tia Tull, 23, of Church Village, St Philip, complained of chest pains and injuries to her right foot and the passenger, Colvin Brewster, of Chapel #7 Church Village, St Philip, was unresponsive.
The driver thrown from the second car. He was unable to state his name due to his injuries and was taken away by ambulance for medical attention.
The other vehicles were driven by 61-year-old Mohammed Jaghu of Lot #18 West Avenue Gemswick, St Philip and 36-year-old Brian Carty of Church Hill, Christ Church.
Police have cordoned off the scene and are regulating traffic. Investigations are ongoing.
Anyone who can provide information that can assist in the investigation is asked to contact Police Emergency at 211, Crime Stoppers at 1-800-8477(TIPS), District C Police Station at 416-8200 or the nearest Police Station. (KOB)