A young child aged 4-years-old is now being treated for severe injuries after falling from the upper floor of Trincity Mall to the ground floor inside the building.
The circumstances that led to the accident are still not entirely clear but we've learnt that the child fell through the cable guards at the mall's top floor.
Initial reports indicate that the child has broken a leg and collar bone.
The child has been rushed to hospital for treatment.
A married father of three will appear before an Arima Magistrate Court, on Tuesday 21st June, 2016, charged with misusing a phone by sending a message knowing it to be false to the inconvenience and needless anxiety to persons at Trincity Mall, on May 26th, 2016, at 11:41am.
A statement from the Police Service says Glen Dalrymple, 42, was charged under the Summary Offences Act Chapter 11:02 Section 106B at 9:00am Monday June 20th, 2016, by Sgt. Ishmael Pitt of the North Eastern Division Task Force at the Arouca Police Station.
At around midday police received word of a bomb scare at Trincity Mall. Police and Fire services responded, and the mall was evacuated. For two hours police conducted searches however no evidence of a bomb was found. Workers were then allowed to return to the mall for their personal belongings. The mall was closed after the incident. Long Circular Mall was also evacuated as a precautionary measure. Police and Fire services then searched the mall, but no threat was found. Both malls remained closed after the incident.
An American citizen has lost his life and his wife is desperately trying to hold on to hers after the car in which they were travelling, collided with another near Trincity Mall last night.
The victim has been identified as Cecil White.
Police say that around 11.40 last night, the victim and his wife were passengers in TAT 1764, when the vehicle attempted to turn onto the Trincity Central Road via the intersection at the mall.
It was trying to make that turn, that the car was hit by another vehicle.