Uncertain future lingers after van rams busy salon
By Cindy Simpson
Friday, August 27, 2010 at 6:30 am (Updated: August 27, 7:18 am)
“It was a nightmare.”
That’s what witness Tiffany Coy — the only stylist who was not injured in a Kingston beauty shop that was rammed by a van Tuesday — said about the accident.
But she also said things could have been much worse.
Coy was in a back room of Classic Styles on Race Street when Tuesday’s horrific accident happened.
Ten people were injured — six of them to the extent they had to be transported out by medical helicopters.
Two days after the accident, Coy was still sorting things out.
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