Ten people are nursing what are said to be minor injuries following an accident Wednesday night involving a Transport Board bus.
The bus, driven by 45-year-old Anthony McClean of Marley Vale, St Philip, was travelling along Parris Hill, St Joseph around 10:15 p.m. when the accident occurred.
Amid wet road conditions, the bus reportedly began to skid and McClean lost control of the vehicle, which crashed into the cut rock.
As a result, the driver suffered a laceration to his leg and had to be freed from the vehicle by fire officials.
A 36-year-old mother and her one-year-old son were also transported to the state-run Queen Elizabeth Hospital by ambulance for medical attention and were treated and discharged. Seven other passengers complained of minor injuries and opted to seek private medical attention.
Two fire tenders and eight fire officers under the command of Divisional Officer Henderson Patrick responded to the accident.