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VINCENTIAN ALLEGEDLY INJURES WIFE, STEPCHILDREN WITH MACHETE AND CAR IN BVI

A Saint Vincent and the Grenadines man residing in Diamond Estate, BVI has been charged with wounding after reportedly attacking his wife and stepdaughter with a machete and mowing down his stepson with a vehicle.

The man, who reportedly committed the offences this week, is also charged with possession of an offensive weapon.

BVI News understands that the accused man allegedly used the machete to inflict wounds on his stepdaughter’s face and to hit his wife all over her body.

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The stepdaughter is reportedly being treated at the Dr Orlando Smith Hospital.

As for the stepson, BVI News understands that he was riding his motorcycle home when the accused Vincentian used a car to hit the stepson off the bike. He (the stepson) sustained minor injuries, BVI News understands.

Police are reportedly investigating the matter.

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