Baby survives smash-up

Four adults taken to Mt Hope with injuries

 FOUR adults and an eight-month-old baby escaped serious injury yesterday, following a motor vehicle smash-up along the Chur­chill-Roosevelt High­way, near the inter­change in Aranjuez.

Police said the accident occurred at 1.45 a.m. when a grey Mazda 3 car heading east along the highway slammed into a dividing median, known as a “Jersey barrier”, and careened into the westbound lane.

The Mazda flipped on to its roof and a Nissan Medal­list ve­­hicle then slammed into the Mazda.

Another car then collided with the Medallist.

Barataria police who are con­tinuing investigations said the four adults were taken to the Eric Williams Me­­dical Sciences Com­plex in Mt Hope, with minor injuries. 

They were treated and dis­­charged.

Police also said the baby did not sustain any injuries.

Barataria Police are con­tin­­uing investigations. 


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