A Grenada national was killed following an accident on Wrightson Road on Thursday night.
According to reports, Bernard Flemming was attempting to cross the roadway near the Breakfast Shed, when he was hit by a Mitsubishi Lancer shortly before 10 pm.
Flemming died at the scene of the accident.
Corporal Jack of the Central Police Station is conducting investigations into the incident.
Reporter: Peter Christopher
A Swissport worker at the Piarco International Airport is this country's latest road fatality statistic.
The toll now stands at 51.
Rudra Sookdeo, 40, of Coalmine in Sangre Grande died instantly when a vehicle crashed into him while driving along the Churchill Roosevelt Highway on Monday morning.
The driver of the other vehicle was charged on Monday afternoon for driving under the influence of alcohol after a breathalyzer was administered to him at the hospital.
Keon Lewis, 30, of Mt St George died in a fatal accident along the Store Bay Local Road, on Tuesday night.
Lewis' death brings to four, the number of persons killed in vehicular accidents in Tobago for 2019.
According to eye witness accounts, Lewis was driving his Navara north along Silk Cotton Road in Bon Accord when he collided with a white panel van which was heading west along the Store Bay Local Road.
Both drivers were taken to the Scarborough General Hospital where Lewis died.
The other driver is in a stable condition.
A 27-year-old Mayaro woman was killed after she threw herself in front of a moving vehicle Wednesday night.
She has been identified as 27-year-old Julie Ramoutar, a mother of three, including a 7-month old child.
Reports indicate that around 9.30 pm Wednesday, Ramoutar ran into the path of a Nissan Almera near LP 34 St Ann’s Village, Mayaro.
Doctors at the Mayaro District Hospital were unable to revive Ramoutar and she was pronounced dead.
Police are investigating the incident.
Two municipal police officers are warded at the San Fernando General Hospital after the vehicle they were driving flipped several times and landed in a ditch.
According to reports around 8:00 am this morning the officers were on patrol on the northbound lane close to the Gasparillo exit when they lost control of their vehicle.
CNC3's south correspondent Ivan Toolsie says that upon impact the officer's guns flew out the vehicle.
The guns were recovered, however, police are still on the scene searching for the magazines for the weapons.
A close call for patients and staff at the Couva district health facility last evening, when a man crashed his vehicle into the facility.
According to police reports, the man was feeling unwell and drove to the hospital to seek medical attention, however, upon arrival, he blacked out losing control of his car which then crashed into the facility.
Images on social media show the silver Nissan wagon in a hallway at the hospital surrounded by debris.
Chairs, walls and other items were also damaged by the accident.
Highway patrol officers are still piecing together the event which saw a piece of heavy duty underwater equipment falling onto a car along the Solomon Hochoy Highway on Thursday morning.
Initial reports stated that the trailer truck was driving north along the highway when on reaching the Forres Park overpass in Claxton Bay, the load fell onto a car, almost flattening the front.
Officers of the Highway Patrol Unit, South responded.