A dump truck hauling a full load of aggregate tipped on its side Thursday while traversing the Hurley’s roundabout in George Town.
The truck landed alongside the road and its contents spilled into the Scotiabank lot on Shamrock Road.
The dump truck’s driver was back-boarded by emergency medical services crews and placed inside the ambulance. It was not immediately clear what his injuries were but the man was awake and alert. No one else was injured.
Witnesses at the scene said it appeared another vehicle had pulled out in front of the large truck as it went around the traffic circle headed into town. Police had no details immediately on the cause of the wreck.
Examination of CCTV video of the accident later showed there appeared to be no obstruction in the truck driver’s path and that the vehicle simply tipped over.