A number of persons including five visitors, and even a dog escaped serious injuries following a three vehicle collision Wednesday morning at the Everton Weekes roundabout at Warrens.
The accident included a jeep, van and car.
Police public relations officer, Inspector Roland Cobbler said inside the jeep was 39-year-old Nicole McFarland, of Porters, St James and her canine companion.
The van was driven by Philip Whitney 69-years of Speightstown, St. Peter.
He was accompanied by five visitors to the island en route to the Grantley Adams International Airport.
The other vehicle, which overturned, was driven by David Carrington, 30-years of Thorpes Cottage St. George.
Police, the ambulance service and fire officers all responded.
The incident has police public relations officer, Inspector Roland Cobbler stressing the need for motorists to exercise caution while driving, particularly at the roundabouts.
While the two men driving the vehicles were treated on the scene by emergency personnel, the female driver opted for private medical attention.
The tourists, on route to the airport were reportedly collected by another taxi and taken to their destination.
The dog escaped unscathed.