Two injured in domestic incident
A brother and sister were taken to hospital with facial injuries after a domestic incident yesterday.
Police attended the scene at a home on Quarry Road, near the government quarry, in Hamilton Parish, at about 10.10am. The pair were taken to the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital in separate ambulances.
Police said the 20-year-old man was later discharged, but his 26-year-old sister was still being treated yesterday afternoon.
A BPS spokesman said inquiries were continuing.
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