Police and first responders were kept relatively busy this past weekend, with two three-vehicle accidents, and a single vehicle car accident that saw a 39-year-old Sandys Parish man crash into a bus shelter.

The accident occurred around 11:20pm on Saturday night (February 3rd), on South Road in Warwick, near the junction with Camp Road.

A police spokesman said: “It appears that the car involved struck a bus shelter. The driver, believed to be a 39-year-old Sandys Parish man, apparently sustained minor injuries.

“He was taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance treated and discharged. There were no other injuries reported.

“The damaged car had to be towed from the scene,” he added.

Emergency responders were also dispatched to two separate three-vehicle accidents, one on Saturday afternoon and the other on Friday.

Police and first responders attended a reported three vehicle collision on Blue Hole Hill in Hamilton Parish, near the junction with Wilkinson Avenue.

The accident occurred around 4:30 pm on Saturday, February 3rd.

“It appears that a truck and two cars were involved, in the vicinity of Swizzle Inn – with the female driver of one of the cars, believed to be a 57-year-old St George’s woman, being transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance as a precaution.

“There were no other injuries reported and at last check this morning (February 5th), the injured woman was recovering in stable condition on a general ward at the hospital.

“All three vehicles were damaged and inquiries continue,” the spokesman said.

Emergency responders were also called to the scene of another three-vehicle accident that occurred around 3:30pm on Friday, February 2nd, on North Shore Road in Hamilton Parish, near the junction with My Lord’s Bay Road.

“It appears that a truck and two cars travelling in the same direction were involved – with the female driver of one of the cars, believed to be a 62-year-old Hamilton Parish woman, being transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance,” the spokesman said.

“At last check this morning (February 5th), the injured woman had been treated and discharged from hospital.

“All three vehicles were damaged and inquiries continue,” he added.

Any witnesses are asked to contact the main police number 295-0011.

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