Two people were injured today in a three-car smash-up along Windsor Road, St Phillip.
A bronze Toyota Tundra, a red Kia and a white Toyota Corolla collided around 2:50 p.m.
Herbert Murray, 56, driver of the Kia, and his passenger Mary Absolam, 48, were treated on the scene by emergency personnel and then taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance.
Murray complained of pain to the head, shoulder and back while Absolam complained of pain to her left side.
The other two drivers, Herbert Cox, 70, the owner of the Toyota Tundra and Victor Skeete, 44, who was driving the Toyota Corolla were not injured.
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