Several injured as mini-bus topples on Linden Highway
March 25, 2000
More than ten persons were injured when a mini-bus in which they were travelling along the Linden Highway toppled over early yesterday afternoon.
Three of the injured persons were rushed to the city and admitted at the Georgetown Hospital while five others were taken to the Linden Hospital.
Those admitted to the Georgetown Hospital are Carlote Davis, 19, of Wismar Housing Scheme; Peggy Ramkin, 50, of Half Mile Wismar, and Gregory Parkinson, 49, of Wisrock Housing Scheme.
According to reports, the passengers were on their way to Linden from Georgetown when the bus encountered a patch of water on the road and the driver lost control of the vehicle which toppled over, injuring the driver and several passengers.
The police are investigating the accident.