Pedestrian In ICU After Accident

February 29, 2012

The 54-year-old Paget woman who was injured after being struck by a car near South Road and the Railway Trail in Paget yesterday morning [Feb.28] is in the Intensive Care Unit. The police said that “inquiries into the incident involving the victim, who was a pedestrian at the time, are ongoing.”

Another pedestrian was injured this morning, with a 10-year-old boy taken to hospital for treatment after an accident at around 7:20am on Dunscombe Road, Warwick near the junction with South Road.

“The pedestrian, a 10 year old Warwick boy was injured and conveyed to KEMH via ambulance for treatment. His injuries are not believed to be life threatening,” said a police spokesperson.

“The driver, a 50 year old Southampton man was not injured. Inquiries into this incident are underway. Any witnesses or anyone with any information should contact the main police number on 295-0011.”

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  1. Chart says:

    The grass sidewalk on the N side of S Road at the roundabout is overgrown by trees, so everyone has to walk in the road. It has been this way for a long time.

    It’s ludicrous that this is not kept up. It’s in Bermuda’s interest for more people to walk to work … but little effort is expended to make that possible.

    • Justdiy says:

      It should be managed by works and engineering or the parks dept. If thats the case

  2. Mussel Pie says:

    Hope she makes a full recovery.

  3. Tommy Chong says:

    I hope both the lady & boy get better soon.

    This is my biggest fear here as I see this as more of a threat to my children than all the shootings going on. People need to manage their lives better & stop speeding around in their vehicles. Children & adults have the right to walk, run, jog & ride there pedal bikes on public roads. Drivers & riders of motor vehicles only have the privilege to be on the roads. Speeding or being on their mobile devices is an abuse of that privilege. These people need to stop being so selfish & appreciate the luxury their allowed.

  4. Rard says:

    South Rd would be a lot safer if people didn’t insist on trying to make 80 mph and overtake on every blind corner. Hope the lady makes a full recovery.