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Police are on the scene of an accident at Maxwell, Christ Church.
(more details as they come to hand)
Oh, my God! I hope that the driver is alright.
He didn’t die.
heard now he didn’t die, saw some graphic pics
Wow,this is the norm now I assume.
PEOPLE ARE NOT TAKING THEIR TIME.EVERYBODY SEEMS TO BE IN A HURRY..LAST TIME I KNOW,BARBADOS IS STILL 166sq miles.IT AINT GET ANY BIGGER,SO WHATS THE RUSH
So he was street racing too?
Why the street racing comment ?
Well, ya see Will. It was a sarcastic comment based on the fact whenever there’s an accident, every one jumps to the conclusion that the person was either driving fast or street racing.
Another one…? What is the problem? And it is a problem ijs…
More cars on the road = more accidents
That does not have to be so. they just need to take their time . I HAVE NOTICED that most accidents involve YOUNG DRIVERS. They need to realize that DEATH ENDS LIFE.
Hope no one was seriously hurt….
it was a fatality #May he RIP
The guy didn’t die.
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I hope the driver is OK. I wonder which fast car this is now…….
Omg so sad hope all is well
Sorry but, like Trump they get what they work for.
Accidents coming like clockwork .
Again! About time wunna part take in F1. Barbados Grand Prix.
Every one that hit a car are roll one in at street racer people can fall sleep are just do foolish things I hope and pray every one is OK
Wait, the only thing that change since last year is Trump get in and the DLP people spoke on “FACTS” Everyday some car accident den….take wunna time families.
too many serious accidents on our streets
yes…so sad .hope him/they are ok
Good afternoon. We have a problem in our Island. We have graduated from very polite horse and buggy drivers to a nation of motorised roadhogs. We rush to ensure that we do not allow anyone to come out of a sideroad before us. We speed through round-a-bouts whether we have the right of way or not. We disregard red stop signs. We try to send pedestrians to Heaven when they try to cross the road. And as for the ZR drivers!!!!!!! They are in a class by themselves. They are crazy to expect that the Government will reduce their road tax and the Insurance companies will reduce their premiums when they are responsible for several major traffic accidents. The road racers, the drunk drivers and the cell phone users add to the mix.
I sincerely hope he’s ok.
Why does it have to be that he was driving fast. Is that the only cause of accidents now?
Ricci khan man i so agree with you,unless the police and courts change there attitude and start cracking down on these inexperienced and the experience road hazards ,everyday or every week the people of Barbados Will be experiencing these tragic moments
What is wrong ,is it the vehicles , every one of these cars turns over and look as though they went through crushers…………………
The rush is texting and driving! Killing innocent people! You should never put a fool behind the wheel!
Because you have a license that doesn’t make you an expert driver.
Honestly,,,, how can anyone be going within speed limits , likely 50 km , and flip a car over. Time for serious speed control. We’ve been coming to B’dos for 20 years and we are now very concerned for our safety as a pedestrian or in a motor vehicle. Texting, drinking , cell phone , along with sped does only one thing. IT KILLS. PLAIN AND SIMPLE .
We in canada finally now make these criminal offences. On a cell phone will driving 1,000 fine and 3 demerit points and a to your insurance company . That will be follow by a huge increase in your insurance, or even cancelling of same .
something is wrong in this country, cause I don’t understand how a car could end up like this on a busy road like Maxwell likewise in warrens a few weeks ago.
Tyres so expensive people driving bout pun smooth tyres (aka baby botsies). Lil rain fall or no rain at all and Bam!! Skidding.
All d time so?? Seems like d blind driving now doh, nobody like them ain’t seeing nothing on d road….sigh
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