Two confirmed dead in water truck accident, several others injured

Fire officials have confirmed two women are dead following an accident near Charlieville along the Uriah Butler Highway.

Chief Fire Officer Roosevelt Bruce confirmed two people died in the accident, while one person is listed in critical condition.

The delivery truck was proceeding along the south-bound lane of the highway when the driver lost control and crossed the median, according to reports.

Blue Waters truck turns over on highway

A truck transporting cases of bottled water has gotten into an accident along the Uriah Butler Highway, resulting in a massive traffic pile up.

CNC3 news understands the delivery truck was proceeding along the southbound lane of the highway when the driver lost control and crossed the median.

 A PTSC bus which was travelling in the opposite direction was hit by the truck. 

The incident which occurred shortly before 10 am in the vicinity of heartland plaza left cases of water scattered across the roadway. 

Two hurt in highway accident

Two people escaped death when a vehicle they were in crashed into the back of an AD wagon and ran off the road along the Churchhill Roosevelt Highway on Monday evening. 

Robert Eric Doe of Edinburg, Chaguanas is warded at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex. 

He suffered injuries to his head. 

Police believe Doe could have endured a medical problem which caused him to lose control of his van. 

The driver of the AD wagon Alton Micheal Felix of Mount Hope walked away from the crash without injuries. 

Debe Exit accident kills father and son

A father and son are this country's latest road fatalities after a late evening accident claimed the lives of the two men and left one man in critical condition.
According to reports just before 10 pm on Wednesday at the exit of Debe Highway, the vehicle ran off the road. 
A video later surfaced on Social Media showing the unconscious men pinned to the destroyed vehicle. One man is heard in the background saying, "they just pass me there you know".
We will have more in a subsequent newscast.