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Five accidents on St.Maarten reported on Sunday

The victim from the bike accident in Simpsonbay is seen on the ground.
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whatsapp-image-2016-12-04-at-07-34-25PHILIPSBURG – Early Sunday morning, December 4, an accident occurred on Zagersgut Road between a Minivan and a Hyundai Getz.

The driver of the Minivan lost control and hit the Getz, which was parked on the side of the road. The impact caused the minivan to flip on its side. The female driver of the Minivan was slightly injured and was checked by paramedics.

whatsapp-image-2016-12-04-at-07-34-44Later during the morning hours, another accident took place on A.Th. Illidge Road, up Mount William when the brakes of a coastal bus malfunctioned. Two passengers in the bus thought that the bus was going to crash, and decided to jump out. This resulted in both sustaining injuries. They were transported to St. Maarten Medical Center (SMMC) for further treatment.

arch-rd-accidentA third accident happened after midday when the driver of a green Toyota Corolla with number plates M-11181 lost control while driving on Arch Road, and slammed into a white Toyota Corolla with number plates P-6162 that was parked on the side of the road.

The passenger of the green Toyota corolla suffered light injuries to her head and went on her own to SMMC for further treatment.

Fourth accident happen in Cay Hill across the SMMC Emergency Room no detail on this one.

15368705_1349168935113319_709113929_oLate Sunday afternoon after 5:00pm, a serious traffic accident occurred in Simpson Bay across the Simpson Bay yacht club. This accident involved two cars and a motorbike.

721news did not receive full details of this accident, however, it was told that the biker had been seriously injured, and was transported to SMMC for further treatment. Is said the man identify on Facebook as “Kerry” is in the ICU fighting for his life.

As soon as more details on this accident reaches our newsroom, we will provide you with more accurate information.

The Traffic Department is busy investigating all the accidents that happened this Sunday.

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