Car Damaged In Collision, Then Abandoned

April 22, 2014

At approximately 11.15pm this evening [Apr 22], emergency services responded to a collision involving a car on Harrington Sound Road near the junction with Walsingham Lane in Hamilton Parish.

On arrival, the car with multiple areas of damage, was found in the road near a damaged wall but there were no occupants at the scene.

Police closed off a section of Harrington Sound Road, diverting traffic away from the area while officers investigated the accident and Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service cleared the road of debris. Details are limited at this time, however we will update as able

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  1. O'Brien says:

    Blame it on the…

  2. Lick My Chicken says:

    Damn bra you sure they ain’t spread out in the trees somewhere.

  3. Family Man says:

    Good thing the idiot didn’t hit an innocent motorist.

    Now find him and ban him from ever driving again. For life.

  4. Mr. WALL says:

    Q: How can you find the person who damaged this car last night?

    A: They’ll be the one calling in sick for work because they stopped to talk to Mr. Wall?

  5. Truth is killin' me... says:

    This seems to be the norm now. Get hot, crash into a wall, house or railing and then leave the scene. Look at the previous one in St. George’s that nearly impailed the driver. BPS and the judges need to deal with this immediately with a custodial sentence once the person is found. The charge should be “leaving the scene of an accident and endangering life.” Does not matter if nobody was hurt. If not EVERYBODY will be doing it! And before the bleeding hearts get on here and say the person could of been on medication, heart attack or sleepy…save your BS for somebody else!!

    • Whistling Frog says:

      Stop jumping to conclusions… I used to always sneak my parents car out the yard once they were in bed. I never racked it though.

      • DarkSideofTheMoon says:

        They need to make this law! The car owner should be held responsible, unless they spill the beans and say who did it.

        • shaka zulu says:

          Makes you wonder!!two cars within one week, could they have been stolen and taken on a joy ride??

          • Keepin' it Real!...4Real! says:

            you know they were called in stolen …after the accident.

  6. D says:

    Wow how can someone just leave the scene that is crazy lol they walked home inna

  7. faith says:

    To wreck your car then just walk away – on an island 23 square miles in size – is oozing with speculation, and rightly so.

  8. George says:

    The answer is quite simple – prosecute the car owner if they can’t prove it was stolen. As the owner of the car you take direct responsibility for those who use/borrow your car regardless of the situation.

    If you took the car without prosecution then that amounts to theft – prosecute them for theft, driving without due care and attention and willful damage of public and private property!

    • George says:

      If you took the car without the owners permission then that amounts to theft – prosecute them for theft, driving without due care and attention and willful damage of public and private property!

  9. bluebird says:

    NO NO NO that is not what happens.
    they crash the car then run off and then call the “INSURANCE COMPANY”
    and say it was stolen so that they can “COLLECT”
    And we all have to pay for it through increased Insurance rates.
    Wise up.