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Coaster Bus Crash Amoung Two Separate Montego Bay Accidents

Henry Bucknor Mckoy's News Crime Investigator

Jamaica News,  February 8, 2018

Montego Bay, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) — Montego Bay Accidents: two men both of St James addresses were rushed to the Cornwall Regional Hospital and admitted in serious but stable conditions following their involvements in two SEPARATE motor vehicle accidents, which occurred along the Flankers main road and Queens Drive in Montego Bay Today.

Reports by the Coral Gardens police are that the first incidents occurred about 9:00 am in the vicinity of the Flankers Stop Light.

According to the police, both vehicles were travelling from the direction of downtown Montego Bay, heading towards Rose Hall, in the parish, when one man lost control of his vehicle and it slammed in the car on the left of the double lane carriage.

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Montego Bay Accidents February 8, 2018 (Photo by Henry Bucknor)

Both men were rushed to the Cornwall Regional Hospital where the driver of the Toyota was admitted in serious condition and the other man treated and released.

The next accident occurred about 3:00 pm today, Thursday, February 9 also.

Reportedly, the driver of a white Toyota coaster bus which is used to transport hotel workers to and from Rosehall to downtown Montego Bay was heading towards Rosehall with staff members. On reaching a section of the Queens Drive, the driver of a silver Toyota motor turned unto Queens Drive from Delisser Drive and collided into the incoming coaster bus.

The driver of the Coaster bus along with three hotel workers were rushed to the Cornwall Regional Hospital where the driver was treated and admitted in serious condition.

The other three victims were reportedly treated and released.

The police also stated that the two drivers who were the cause of both accidents were cited with a warning until an investigation is carried out.

In the meanwhile, the police say they are asking motorists to drive with caution while using the public roadways.

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