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Police enquiries reveal donkeys cause driver to collide into wall near Mount Nevis Hotel’s entrance

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Lawmen have provided additional information about an accident, which occurred on Wednesday morning Nov. 1st, near Mount Nevis Hotel’s entrance, on the island’s main road at Cottle Long Path, Nevis.

 

 

 

A police communiqué issued on November 2nd, says the driver Terrelah Byron- Jones of Frigate Bay, St. Kitts, collided with the wall at the Mount Nevis Hotel’s entrance, with the vehicle extensively damaged.

 

 

 

Mrs. Jones and her passenger, Adeejah Jones, were transported via ambulance to the Alexandra Hospital where they are currently warded for treatment of their injuries. Both were issued with medical forms.

 

 

 

A police spokesperson told the VONNEWSLINE on Friday November 3rd, “further Police inquiries suggest that when in the vicinity of the Mount Nevis Hotel’s entrance, Mrs. Byron-Jones swerved left to avoid a number of donkeys that were in the road and collided with the wall at the Hotel’s entrance.”

 

 

 

In more national news- Police have charged Ilivity Pemberton of Keys Village, St. Kitts, on three (3) warrants for the offences of Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Supply, and Possession of a Firearm. The offences were committed on Tuesday October 31st, in Conaree. He was charged at the Basseterre Police Station on Thursday November 2nd