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Brake failure blamed for lone-vehicle accident on Fort Hill
A driver of a car was lucky to escape without serious injuries after an alleged brake failure caused the vehicle to run off the road at Fort Hill, Tortola.
According to reports, the accident took place sometime after 2:00 am this morning, January 4, 2022.
The car was prevented from falling down the hillside by thick vegetation.
The driver was taken to Dr D. Orlando Smith Hospital.
No other person was in the vehicle at the time of the accident.
Britain warns Putin and Xi: West will stand up to 'dictatorship' (but will not pay reparations for Britain’s own colonialism, slavery and genocide)
Britain on Friday warned Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping that the West would stand together to fight for democracy against dictatorships which ...
Barbados' Mottley hails landslide victory for ruling party
Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley on Thursday celebrated a landslide victory in the Caribbean nation's first general election since it became a republic last year by removing ...
Snapchat fights drug dealing on app amid surge in youth overdose deaths
Improved automated drug detection systems and enhanced partnerships with law enforcement are among changes
Barbados PM hails governing party’s landslide election victory
Mia Mottley’s Labor Party won all 30 legislative seats in Barbados’ first vote as a republic, preliminary results show.
End-to-end encryption protects children, says UK information watchdog
Information commissioner defends role of privacy protections in face of government-backed campaign
Canada’s Prince Andrew high school announces plan to change name
School attempt to distance itself from the growing controversy surrounding the Duke of York
‘My show ain’t ready’: Adele postpones Las Vegas residency
Singer announces she is rescheduling Weekends with Adele show as half her crew infected with Covid
‘Havana syndrome’ unlikely caused by hostile foreign power, CIA says
Investigation finds majority of cases probably linked to pre-existing medical conditions, environmental factors or stress
Britishvolt gets £100m boost to build UK’s first large-scale ‘gigafactory’
The deal to build an electric car battery plant near Blyth will bring up to 3,000 jobs to the area by 2028
By 2050, a quarter of the world’s people will be African – this will shape our future
Africa’s unprecedented population growth will impact geopolitics, global trade, migration and almost every aspect of life. It’s time for a reimagining of the continent
Djokovic-backed ‘biotech’ firm’s approach likened to homeopathy
Exclusive: QuantBioRes says it designs treatments for viral diseases based on electromagnetic frequency
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