A route 40 minibus driver is nursing injuries at the Georgetown Public Hospital after being severely beaten by the residents of Joseph Pollydore Street, Lodge, after he slammed into a parked car, injuring a child in the process, last evening.
According to a traumatized female occupant who was at the passenger side of the car PMM 877, she saw the minibus BHH 6831 swerve from a woman who was crossing the road. After missing the woman, the minibus driver hit a parked vehicle then lost control and slammed into the car in which the woman was sitting.
She said at that time the driver of the car was playing with his son who was seated at the top of the vehicle. When the bus slammed into car the child fell off and sustained injuries to the body and face. “The child face was bleeding.”
Residents were reluctant to disclose any information since some helped beat the bus driver. Police arrived on the scene and later took the beaten buss driver to the Georgetown Public Hospital.
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