Motorcyclist Overtakes, Strikes Police Car

February 20, 2013

Yesterday afternoon [Feb 19], a motorcyclist overtook a taxi on Middle Road, and ended up crashing into a police car.

A police spokesperson said, “At 12:06pm police were traveling west on Middle Road in the area Four Ways Inn in Paget when a man on a motorcycle traveling in the opposite direction overtook a taxi traveling in front of him and hit the police car.”

The police stated that no one was injured, the bike was extensively damaged and inquiries are on going.

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  1. Inspector Gadget says:


  2. Islander says:

    UP his insurance!!

  3. Seriously? says:

    So did you get to where you were going in such a dam hurry?? Yea, didn’t think so. Maybe next time it will be a container truck you hit and you might not be so lucky.

  4. grumpy cat says:

    Ha! That’s what he gets!

  5. WTF is wrong with people?? says:

    wow… that takes a whole lot of special.

    Glad no one was hurt.

  6. Family Man says:

    We need some dashboard cams. I bet that video would have been precious.

  7. really says:

    Overtook a tax?
    and “inquires” are on going?

    Additionally, I am curious as to why inquiries are still ongoing. I thought they inquiries wouldn’t have taken that long due to the fact that the police were present.

    • Able says:

      Thankfully, the police look for outside witnesses to corroborate on the incident, especially when the ‘Force’ is involved in an accident.

  8. Able says:

    Ok, let’s see now…oncoming traffic-1, overtaking bike rider-0.
    At least we have one rider who (thankfully not hurt badly) will stick him/herself back on your tailpipe a bit longer for a few weeks….til the tailpipe stops and becomes an extension of the new (rental) bike.