Police Seeking “Critical Witnesses” To Collision

January 6, 2015

The police said they are conducting an investigation into the road traffic collision that claimed the life of 33-year-old Jereme Cumbermack yesterday morning [Jan 5] in Warwick, and are specifically appealing to the occupant[s] of a dark colored motorcar that was travelling in a westerly direction on Middle Road immediately behind the motorcar involved in the collision, with the police said the occupant[s] of this vehicle “are deemed critical witnesses.”

Police Media Manager Dwayne Caines speaking at the scene yesterday:

A police spokesperson said, “Police are in the process of conducting an investigation into the death of Jereme Cumbermack that took place on Monday January 5th at 7:50am on Middle Road in Warwick and we are specifically appealing to the driver and or the occupants of a dark colored motorcar that was travelling in a westerly direction on Middle Road immediately behind the motorcar involved in the collision with the motorcycle.

“The driver [occupants] of this vehicle are deemed ‘critical witnesses’ and the police need to make contact. Please make contact with Inspector Cardwell on 247-1076 or rcardwell@bps.bm.”

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  1. MAKE MY DAY says:

    It appears there is a bad traffic accident nearly everyday on the Island lately!! Where are all the police traffic cops – and when are people ever going to learn about the rules-of-the-road??

  2. JUNK YARD DOG says:

    “Driving in an Armed land”

    This is the subject of a pamphlet that describes what can happen to you in other countries if you do not obey their traffic laws.

    They have Zero tolerance for those who do not show respect for other road users.

  3. wheels says:

    Everybody’s overtaking somebody but bikes are always making that 3rd lane that is very dangerous cause they even do it on blind corners!

  4. JUNK YARD DOG says:

    ” RUSH HOUR ”

    You cannot always blame the motor cycle rider for choosing to ride the third lane for them it could be for him the “lesser of two evils” .

    The alternate for the bike rider could be to avoid a head on collision in the third lane and take the risk of being rear ended which has equally devastating consequences by an inattentive car driver.

    Speeding; Third lane ; or deliberate Tail- gating, all add up to disaster.

    For the car driver ,give room, let the bike rider go, it far is better to have the bike in front of you where you can see him .

    For the bike rider keep your distance from cars.

    For both of you learn to share the road.

    Be patience, not a Patient.

    be patient

  5. PANGAEA says:

    There are several life saving ways to eliminate or deter the use of the third lane.