Noting that there has been a “high volume” of incidents of persons driving whilst impaired recently, the Bermuda Police Service has issued a reminder to people of the dangers of consuming alcohol and operating a vehicle.
“Police would like to remind the public of the seriousness of the offense and will act diligently to enforce the law against individuals who choose to drive while impaired by drugs or alcohol,” said a spokesperson. “Police would like to encourage the public to act responsibly to ensure the safety of themselves and others on the roads.”
This morning top runner Lamont Marshall was charged with causing grievous bodily harm to two people while his ability to drive was impaired by alcohol or drugs after allegedly being involved in a collision which injured two people.
Last night a 24-year-old car driver was arrested on suspicion of driving whilst impaired after he hit a woman crossing the street and left the scene. On August 6th 23-year-old David Thomas was charged in connection with the death of Dr. Alexander Doty, a college professor from Indiana, who died after he was struck by a motorcycle while walking on Pitts Bay Road on August 1st.
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