Children, 1 and 4, among six injured in Yarrowkabra accident


Two children, ages one and four, are among six persons who were injured in an accident Tuesday morning at Yarrowkabra on the Soesdyke-Linden Highway.

Police said the accident involved a motor car (PAB 2411) which was being driven by 33-year-old Paul Archer of Half Mile Wismar, Linden.

The five other occupants were Ayanna Liddell, 19, Amaica Liddell, four years old, David Warde, 24, Nitchell Warde, one year old, and Mitchell Petters, 36.

Police said that Archer was proceeding north along the Yarrowkabra Public Road at a fast rate of speed when he lost control of the vehicle and the car filled several times before coming to a halt on a nearby grass parapet.

As a result, Archer and the others all received injuries and were taken out of the said vehicle in a conscious condition by public spirited citizens.

“They were all placed inside a passing vehicle and taken to the Diamond Diagnostic Center where they were seen and examined by doctors on duty,” the police statement noted.

Paul Archer, David Warde and Nitchell Warde were treated and sent away while Mitchell Petters, Amaica Liddell and Ayanna Liddell were taken to the Georgetown Public Hospital for further medical attention.


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