Two women and a man were injured in a collision involving three vehicles in Mġarr Road, Għajnsielem, on Thursday morning.

The police said the crash, at about 8.30am, involved a 69-year-old man from Munxar who was driving a Leyland, a 52-year-old man from Għarb driving a Toyota Belta  and a Toyota Vitz driven by a 61-year-old woman from Sannat accompanied by an 81-year-old woman, also from Sannat.

Both women as well as the Toyota driver were hospitalised. The man suffered slight injuries while the injuries suffered by the women were serious. A magisterial inquiry is underway. 

Two hurt on construction sites

The police also reported that two men were injured in separate construction site incidents.

In the first, a 30-year-old Syrian man was seriously injured when he fell the height of a storey in Hamrun on Thursday morning. He had been working on a site in Villambrosa Street when the accident happened at about 10 am. 

The worker was seriously injured. 

The second accident occurred in St Paul's Bay, where a 46-year-old man from the Ivory Coast was injured in a building site at Sqaq tax-Xema’.

The accident took place at 10.45am when the man fell a height of one storey. He was assisted by rescuers of the Civil Protection Department and hospitalised in serious condition.  

A magisterial inquiry is underway.

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