17-Year-Old Female Injured In Cycle Accident

November 26, 2012

Around 7:30pm on Sunday [Nov 25] police and first responders attended collision at the junction of Middle Road and Tee Street in Devonshire involving a car and an auxiliary cycle.

“It appears that the car was being driven along Middle Road and the auxiliary cycle was being ridden along Tee Street when the vehicles collided at the junction,” a police spokesperson said.

“The auxiliary cycle rider, a 17 year old St. George’s woman, was injured and conveyed to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment. Both vehicles were damaged as a result of the collision. There were no other injuries reported. Inquiries into this collision are ongoing.”

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  1. That intersection needs a traffic light. ASAP.

  2. Concerned says:

    No – people need to be more aware of what is going on around them. On the bus yesterday coming from KEMH, the bus stopped behind traffic to the parking lot at Coopers on Front Street, a bike rider rode out to the edge of the traffic and another biker over took traffic that hd stopped – the two very closely missed each oterh. Pleae people when traffic is stopped there is a reason: a. someone is coming out on to the main road, b. someone is turning into a side street or parking space, c. someone is letting off a passenger, d. there is an accident ahead and the list goes on. Pay attention all motorists – it could save yours and the live of another. I trust the persons involved in the accident above recuperates quickly.