Three adults and a baby involved in traffic accident

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Three people sustained non-life-threatening injuries following an accident involving two motor vehicles early yesterday morning, while reports indicated that a baby who was also a passenger in one of the vehicles emerged unscathed.

Police PRO Inspector Frankie Thomas said that the accident which occurred in the vicinity of the Christian Valley Agricultural Station at around 7:30 am, involved a Toyota Vitz bearing the licence plate, R3943 which was being driven by Chevonnas Anthony of Bolans. The passenger in that vehicle was Kerrian Jackson of Jennings.

The other vehicle involved, a Toyota Allion, A45209, was driven by Alexandria Cannonier of St. Philips who was transporting a one-year old baby.

 “From all indications, the driver of the Vitz was traveling from north to south on that stretch of road and she apparently lost control of the vehicle and it ended up colliding into the Toyota Allion before careening off the road into the ditch,” Thomas told OBSERVER media.

The police spokesman said that the three adults sustained some injuries while the one-year old baby suffered no obvious injuries.

“The driver of the Vitz motor car, Chevonnas, was reported to have suffered several fractured ribs and the passenger of that vehicle, Ms. Jackson, she reportedly sustained a broken ankle. The driver and passenger in the Toyota Allion, Ms. Cannonier, she had a one-year old child in that vehicle and she sustained scratches to her knees. There were no noticeable injuries to the child,” Thomas said.

The victims were all transported to the Mount St. John’s Medical Center for treatment but OBSERVER media was unable to get further updates on their condition by press time.

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