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Motor vehicle M 587 severely damaged, damaging another following accident on Davy Hill

M 587 front right wheel section barely connected

The Royal Montserrat Police Service confirms it is continuing investigations into a traffic accident at dawn on the morning of Sunday, July 29, on the Davy Hill road corner, next to Victor’s supermarket.

The driver of omnibus H 1117 said he tried hard to avoid a collision with motor car M 587 speedily approaching east from Carr’s Bay, pulling off the road as far as he could go. The motor car struck the bus ripping away its front right wheel, completely immobilizing the bus, careening away across the road, and landing against the wall of the Victor’s supermarket property entrance, itself suffering severe damage to its right front completely ripping away the wheel section, with headlights on and engine running.

Relatively new omnibus H 1117, its front right wheel also dislocated

The accident reportedly occurred about 5.30 a.m. and the business owner of Montserrat Printing and Publishing, publisher of The Montserrat Reporter told police that he had no knowledge nor had given permission to anyone except members of his staff to drive the said vehicle, which the police had reported seeing earlier that night in Little Bay. Mr. Bennette Roach says that his staff had reported leaving the car parked as usual, on the business premises on Friday evening, which is about three hundred yards away from where the accident occurred.

The police said they have held and charged three young men in connection with the accident after a cell phone, found in the car had been passed over to them on Sunday. In late news two have been held on remand and one of them granted bail.

In another report the police had confirmed another accident which took place at the entrance leading into Man Jack, the accident involved a motor car and is still under investigation, the RMPF said three persons were hospitalised.

 

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M 587 front right wheel section barely connected

The Royal Montserrat Police Service confirms it is continuing investigations into a traffic accident at dawn on the morning of Sunday, July 29, on the Davy Hill road corner, next to Victor’s supermarket.

The driver of omnibus H 1117 said he tried hard to avoid a collision with motor car M 587 speedily approaching east from Carr’s Bay, pulling off the road as far as he could go. The motor car struck the bus ripping away its front right wheel, completely immobilizing the bus, careening away across the road, and landing against the wall of the Victor’s supermarket property entrance, itself suffering severe damage to its right front completely ripping away the wheel section, with headlights on and engine running.

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Relatively new omnibus H 1117, its front right wheel also dislocated

The accident reportedly occurred about 5.30 a.m. and the business owner of Montserrat Printing and Publishing, publisher of The Montserrat Reporter told police that he had no knowledge nor had given permission to anyone except members of his staff to drive the said vehicle, which the police had reported seeing earlier that night in Little Bay. Mr. Bennette Roach says that his staff had reported leaving the car parked as usual, on the business premises on Friday evening, which is about three hundred yards away from where the accident occurred.

The police said they have held and charged three young men in connection with the accident after a cell phone, found in the car had been passed over to them on Sunday. In late news two have been held on remand and one of them granted bail.

In another report the police had confirmed another accident which took place at the entrance leading into Man Jack, the accident involved a motor car and is still under investigation, the RMPF said three persons were hospitalised.