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Woman Rushed To Hospital After Gros Islet Road Accident


Emergency personnel rushed a thirty-seven-year-old woman to hospital after two vehicles collided at Vieux Sucriere, Gros Islet, on Wednesday.

The woman was a passenger in a Nissan Tiida that collided with a Toyota Probox.

Her injuries were not life-threatening.

According to reports, the woman and the driver were the only occupants of the Tiida, while a mother and three children were travelling in the Toyota Probox.

Emergency personnel responded after receiving a distress call at about 5:51 pm.

There are no further details at present.

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  1. i am so glad that i didnt have to encounter this traffic jam. some of these people cant drive and they drive so stupid. the backroads are so small and some of them refuse to stay on their side, lets not talk about those that have pick ups, if the road has a pot hole or a dip in a certain section of the road and they are the ones that have the off road capabilities refuse to go on a side or slow to go in the hole. if its a car or something low i can understand the person doesn’t have suspension for that but If you have a pick up and want to drive it like its a car what the point in have high off road capable vehicle in the first place


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