Pregnant woman dies in accident

A 22-year-old pregnant woman has been killed in a vehicular accident.

The accident occurred around 7 pm on Wednesday.

The driver of a Hyundai Elantra was proceeding west along Soogrim Road, Endeavor, Chaguanas when she observed a vehicle proceeding east trying to overtake another.

The driver of the Elantra pulled to her right to avoid colliding with the car but slammed into a Toyota Corolla.

Rochelle St Louis, a front seat passenger in the Toyota Corolla vehicle was killed upon impact.

UK national killed in freak accident at Princes Town concrete batching plant

A man has been killed in a freak accident at a concrete batching plant in Princes Town.

He has been identified as 55-year-old John Morris, a national of the United Kingdom.

He was crushed after slipping and falling into equipment at the plant this morning.

He was rushed to the Princes Town Health Facility where he was pronounced dead.

The plant is located on the M1 Ring Road, Maltida, Princes Town.

Police are conducting investigations.


Police officer dies in accident

A police officer has lost his life in a vehicular accident at the Macaulay Flyover on the Solomon Hochoy Highway.

The accident occurred on the South-bound lane after midday today.

The vehicle he was driving crashed through the barriers and landed on a concrete embankment just below the roadway.

The officer has been identified as PC Sherwin Cedeno of the K9 Unit.

Investigations are continuing.



VIDEO: CCTV footage shows mother, two children stood no chance in Mausica accident

CCTV footage of the accident that claimed the lives of a mother and two children in Mausica last night, showed that they stood no chance as the driver clearly broke the red light.

The newly released video shows the driver proceeding at high speed towards the light which was red

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The vehicle with the woman and children was crossing the highway when the vehicle slammed into them.

Mother, two children killed in accident

A mother and her two children were killed in an accident on the corner of Mausica junction and the Priority Bus Route around 11 pm last night.

She has been identified as 34-year-old Carla Colins of Belmont.


According to reports, the driver of a B14 vehicle allegedly ran the red light and slammed into two cars, including the one carrying the mother and her children.

Man killed in hit and run accident

Police are searching for a driver who knocked down a 46-year-old man and left him for dead at the side of the road on Monday night

According to police reports, around 9 pm Jagdeo of Demerara Heights was walking along the westbound lane of the Churchill -Roosevelt Highway when he was knocked down. Police said after hitting Jagdeo, the driver failed to stop leaving a bleeding Jagdeo at the side of the road.

Jagdeo was taken to the Arima Health Facility where he died while being treated.

Several injured as ambulance and car collide on PBR

An accident along the Priority Bus Route in Arouca has left occupants of an ambulance and a private vehicle injured.

The accident occurred around 1.30 this afternoon at the corner of Bacalay Road and the bus route in Bon Air.

The force of the impact left the ambulance on it side and knocked the vehicle off the road.

Several emergency personnel responded and rushed in the injured to the Arima District Hospital.

The extent of their injuries was not immediately available.

Third passenger in Tobago accident dies

A third victim in Sunday's tragic accident in Tobago has died.

Quincy Daniel passed at the Scarborough General Hospital Monday morning, according to a Facebook post by his sister.

Daniel was in a vehicle with the two other victims Keylon Chapman of Belmont Road Mason Hall Tobago, and Trevaughn Noray of Moriah, who both died on the scene. 

Police say Chapman, the driver, last control of the vehicle and struck an electricity pole on the Claude Noel Highway around 4.15 Sunday morning.

Police Service saddened by death of six in accident

The Police Service is expressing sadness over the deaths of six people in a vehicular accident on Monday night.

The Police Service issued the following statement on Tuesday.

"Trinidad and Tobago Police Service expresses sadness and conveys its condolence to grieving relatives over the tragic loss of life following an overnight accident that claimed the lives of six people - the deadliest road traffic accident for 2016.