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2005-08-29 15:29:43

Traffic Fatalities On the Rise

In both collisions the cars hit stationary objects, bringing the fatality count to 41 for the year.

A three-month old child and a pregnant woman are dead following two separate car accidents over the weekend, one in Nassau and the other in Grand Bahama.

Both tragic collisions occurred when the cars hit stationary objects.

Baby Oscar Rolle Jr. lost his life at 7:15pm Saturday in the New Providence car crash.

Police reported that the child was a passenger in the vehicle when it suddenly veered off the road and crashed into a house on Beatrice Avenue.

It is unknown who was driving the car at the time of why the driver lost control.

Police are also investigating a car crash that occurred on Friday evening on Grand Bahama and claimed the life of a pregnant woman and her unborn child and seriously injured two of her family members.

According to press liason Bahamas Supt. Basil Rahming, 35-year-old Semyre Pierre, who was several months pregnant died when the vehicle she was in hit a tree.

Source: The Tribune

 
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