Crash in front of police station
Two vehicles collided yesterday at the intersection in front of the Alberttown Police Station, at Albert and Lance Gibbs streets.
Fortunately, no one was injured in the accident, which occurred around 3:30pm.
Residents in the immediate vicinity said that they heard a loud bang, which alerted them to the collision and when they came out they were greeted by the sight of the silver Toyota Ractis, bearing the number plate PMM 4144, under the rear right wheel of the black Toyota Tacoma, GNN 6991.
An eyewitness, who identified himself only by the name Vibert, told this newspaper that the Tacoma was heading west along Lance Gibbs Street, while the Ractis was speeding south along Albert Street. He said that the driver of the Ractis refused to stop despite the painted stop sign on the surface of the road at the junction. As a result, the Ractis hit the Tacoma from …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.