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Police are on the scene of a three-car collision at Bennetts, St Thomas.
More details to come.
whyyyy.. ??? who trying to pass out who on ah CLEAR SUNNY Day..Please????????????
Probably rushing to BMEX lol
Insensitive as hell. Since when do we make fun when people get into accidents???
Where are my sons?, have not heard from them
Let’s take out time on our roads and look out for each other this place is too Small to be in a hurryv
Maybe it’s time drivers start driving accordingly to the traffic law instead of doing all kinds of stuff they are not supposed to do. Texting, stopping for no good reason, being on the phone, check their hair do etc etc… people very seldom look in the mirrors either to watch out for traffic around them. And most of all LAW ENFORCEMENT by the police is in order. LAW ENFORCEMENT is most important so the foolishness on the roads stops.
@Coralita!!!!!!The Answer!!!!When they are NOT Accidents, but COLLISIONS caused by STUPID and INSENSITIVE Persons.
Accidents are UNAVOIDABLE, these things in Barbados are caused by FOOLS who want to get where they are going Today, Yesterday, “perhaps” like me , you don’t drive in Barbados, it’s like watching the Indy 500 without Rules.served them right, i have NO feelings at all for them.
A lot of Blame for all the Collisions, have to be put on the Law Makers, who would NOT Introduce the things that SHOULD curb all these types of things, like Radar Guns, Breathalyzers, etc
some of these people should not comment unless they have the facts.some of you dont even live in barbados.read and understand first.
Dear people detection and speed cameras everywhere , random breathalysers and vehicle checks and arrest for drunk driving..simple rules and traffic enforcement laws , most developed countries have them in place… 1 camera strategically placed is worth 5.6 human.. Policemen..
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