Mass casualty at Dodds, St Philip


Ten people were injured in a collision which occurred around 1:10 a.m. Friday at Dodds, St Philip.

It involved a van driven by 48-year-old Kenneth Ashby of Water Street, Christ Church, and a vehicle driven by 29-year-old Keisha Fox, an American visitor, who is staying at Eagle Hall, St Michael.

The two vehicles, which were extensively damaged, were carrying four passengers each.

As a result, seven people were transferred to the state-run Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), including two who were classified as serious. Police said one had suspected fractures to the extremities while the other complained of neck and chest pains. The other five, three of whom were treated and discharged at the scene, suffered minor injuries.

Five medical doctors, one nurse, one paramedic and an ambulance officer responded from the QEH, as well as five ambulances, two fire tenders with eight personnel and three members of the Barbados Defence Force.

Police said they were continuing their investigations into the collision.

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