Coaster bus crashes into Moby Dick Restaurant in Kingston

News post August 31, 2015

Published:Monday | August 31, 2015

Bystanders examine the damage caused by a Coaster bus that crashed into the Moby Dick restaurant at the corner of Port Royal and Orange Streets in downtown Kingston today.
Morlyn Mangaroo-McBean (right), owner of the Moby Dick restaurant, and her daughter Sherida McBean-Morris walk away after looking at damage caused by a Coaster bus that crashed into her restaurant at the corner of Port Royal and Orange Streets in downtown Kingston today.

Several passengers travelling in a Toyota Coaster bus suffered varying injuries this morning when it crashed into the Moby Dick Restaurant in downtown Kingston.

The bus was travelling along Port Royal Street when the driver apparently lost control of the vehicle and crashed into the restaurant.

Eyewitnesses say it appeared that the driver had disobeyed the traffic lights.

published by The Gleaner.

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