Seven persons were taken to the Scarborough General Hospital over the weekend following two vehicular accidents.
In the first incident, fire officials reported that around 8:23pm on Saturday, a Water and Sewerage Authority (WASA) truck was turning into Bacolet Road, when it collided with a three-tonne truck driven at the traffic lights. Emergency officials were summoned and the driver of the WASA truck as well as the driver of the other truck were taken to hospital for treatment.
In an incident, at approximately 6:25pm on Sunday evening, Joel Cipriani was driving his Mitsubishi Lancer in a westerly direction along the Claude Noel Highway when he attempted to make a right turn into Canoe Bay. It is reported that Cipriani’s Lancer collided with a Toyota Hilux driven by Eric Roach, which was proceeding in an easterly direction. Both Roach and Cipriani were rushed to the Hospital. The occupants of Cipriani’s car, Monty Maxime and Sasha Gormadidie, were also taken to the hospital with reports being that Gormadidie suffered a broken right arm.
Investigations are ongoing.