KINGSTON, Jamaica-- A mother and a baby were just rushed to hospital after a Jamaica Urban Transit Company (JUTC) bus got out of control and struck them in downtown Kingston.
Reports are that the woman and her child were walking on the side of the road when the incident took place.
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KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (CMC) — West Indies batsman Dwayne Smith will lead the West Indies A team against Sri Lanka A team in two T20 matches this week at Arnos Vale in St Vincent.
Smith, a prolific scorer in the just-ended Indian Premier League (IPL), is one of four members of the West Indies World T20 champion team named on the regional A team for the series.
The others are Lendl Simmons, allrounder Andre Russell, and leg-spinner Samuel Badree who were part of the squad which beat Sri Lanka to win the prestigious ICC World T20 Trophy at the R Premadasa Stadium last October.
The quartet will form the main part of the Windies A Team when the matches are played on Tuesday and Wednesday.
First ball in both matches is 2:00 pm (1:00 pm Jamaica time).
The 13-man squad includes four other players who have represented the West Indies in T20 Internationals.
These are: fast bowler Shannon Gabriel, off-spinner Ashley Nurse, top-order batsman Nkrumah Bonner and batting allrounder Christopher Barnwell.
The rest of the squad is seam bowler Kevin Cooper, who has performed with distinction for Trinidad & Tobago; wicket-keeper Chadwick Walton, who played two Test matches back in 2009; rookie allrounder Kyle Mayers; left-arm fast bowler Sheldon Cotterell, and middle-order batsman Keddy Lesporis – both graduates of the Sagicor High Performance Centre.
Dwayne Smith (Captain)
Chadwick Walton (wicket-keeper)
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