An ambulance was one of three vehicles that sustained damage yesterday morning in a collision along Camp Street, between Middle and New Market streets.Stabroek News understands that the accident occurred after the driver of the two other vehicles, a car and an SUV, failed to stop after hearing the ambulance’s siren. While no injuries were reported, a transformer was dislodged after the car slammed into nearby utility posts. It is unclear if the ambulance was transporting a patient at the time of the accident.
A transformer was dislodged after the car slammed into utility posts as a result of the collision.
The ambulance, PTT 2596 and motor car, PKK 6924, following the accident
More than twenty persons working in various administrative capacities at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation were yesterday recognised for their contributions to the daily operations of the medical facility.
A ministerial team visited the Indian Arrival Monument site in Palmyra Village, Corentyne on Sunday and disclosed that the governments of Guyana and India have signed a co-operation agreement for its completion.
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