Police were forced to divert traffic away from the Waterford, St Michael area, following a three-vehicle smash up in the area this afternoon.
A police SUV and two motor cars were involved in the accident which occurred around 4:15 p.m. along Waterford Bottom in the vicinity of the Clyde Walcott Roundabout.
The police SUV was driven by 53-year-old Acting Inspector Winston Goddard, who is assigned to the Criminal Investigations Department, Oistins Police Station, while the motor cars were being driven by 48-year-old Basil Brathwaite of Fernihurst, Black Rock, St Michael, and 69-year-old Richford Drakes of Eden Lodge, St Michael.
Goddard and Brathwaite both complained of pain to the shoulder and back, while Drakes suffered minor abrasions to his face.
Goddard was transported by ambulance to the state-run Queen Elizabeth Hospital while Brathwaite and Drakes opted to seek private medical attention.
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