Police are continuing their investigations into two freak accidents, including one that left a 38-year-old woman injured.
The first one occurred along the Barrow section of the ABC Highway around 9:15 this morning.
However, the two motorists involved managed to escape without injury after a car driven by 37-year-old Leander Clarke, of #1 Fitts Village, St James ended up on the jersey barrier after colliding with a C.O. Williams Construction Limited truck, driven by 52-year-old David Shepherd of Diamond Valley, St Philip, about 100 yards south of the HTC Ramsay Roundabout.
Both vehicles were travelling towards Pine Hill Diary.
In the second accident which occurred around 1:10 p.m at the Clyde Walcott roundabout, Hothersal Turning, St Michael, a Christ Church woman sustained injuries.
Nicole Alleyne of Pitcher Hill, St Patrick’s complained of pain to her neck and right hand after colliding with a vehicle driven by 37-year-old Reschille Cox of Emerald Park, St Philip.
Alleyne’s vehicle overturned in the carriageway, while Cox’s mounted the central island within the roundabout.
Cox was not injured.
In the meantime, a bicyclist has been left nursing serious injuries following an accident along Lower Collymore Rock yesterday.
Fifty-nine-year-old John Paul of Mill Yard Road, Brittons Hill, St Michael suffered serious head injuries, a broken right leg and facial injuries after being involved in an accident with two cars, a black Nissan and a white Toyota Vitz.
The Nissan was driven by 47-year-old Shawn Foster of Chalky Mount, St Andrew, while 57-year-old Peter Cumberbatch of Upper Walkers, St Andrew was the driver of the Toyota Vitz.
Neither of the two drivers was injured.