A 48 year old Smith’s parish man was arrested after an accident yesterday [Sept 27] in Paget, with police detaining him after he failed the alco-analyser test. The car he was driving was involved in a collision with a motorcycle, leaving both people on the cycle injured.
A police spokesperson said: “Around 6:30pm on Thursday, September 27th police and first responders attended a reported collision on South Road in Paget near the junction with Harvey Road. It appears that a car and a motorcycle were traveling along South Road when the vehicles collided.
“As a result the motorcycle rider and his pillion passenger, a 25 year old Warwick woman, were injured. Both victims were taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment. The male rider was later discharged while the female pillion passenger is currently in stable condition on a general ward.
“The car driver, a 48 year old Smith’s parish man, was not injured and arrested on suspicion of impaired driving. He was subsequently detained after failing the alco-analyser test. Both vehicles were damaged, the motorcycle extensively. Inquiries into this collision are ongoing and a court appearance for the car driver is anticipated in due course.”
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