A 55-year-old Warwick woman is recovering on a general ward in KEMH after being injured in a collision involving an auxiliary cycle and a taxi at the junction of South Road and Point Finger Road in Paget on Wednesday.
A police spokesperson said: “Around 8pm on Wednesday, January 2nd police and first responders attended a reported two vehicle collision at the junction of South Road and Point Finger Road in Paget.
“It appears that an auxiliary cycle was being ridden along South Road and a taxi was being driven along Point Finger Road when the vehicles collided at the junction.
“The auxiliary cycle rider, a 55 year old Warwick woman, was injured and taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment. At last check she was recovering on a general ward.
“There were no other injuries reported. The auxiliary cycle received extensive front end damage. Inquiries into this collision are ongoing.”