Three seniors were injured after a motorcycle struck a pedestrian on Middle Road in Devonshire last night.
The police said the 72-year-old pedestrian “seemed to be disoriented,” and the pedestrian, the motorcycle rider [72-year-old man] and his pillion passenger [82-year-old woman] were all injured.
A police spokesperson said: “Around 8pm on Tuesday, October 2nd police and first responders attended a reported collision on Middle Road in Devonshire near the junction with Garthowen Road.
“Details are unclear at this time; however it appears that a motorcycle was being ridden along Middle Road when a collision occurred with a male pedestrian, who seemed to be disoriented.
“As a result the motorcycle rider and pillion passenger, a 72 year old Paget man and an 82 year old Devonshire woman respectively as well as the pedestrian, a 72 year old Southampton man, were injured.
“Inquiries into this incident are ongoing and any witnesses are encouraged to contact PC Shem Obeius on 295-0011.”
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