Vehicles Collide On South Road In Paget

February 3, 2016

At approximately 3.45pm today [Feb 3], emergency services responded to a collision that occurred on South Road in Paget, just west of the south roundabout.

The collision appeared to involve a truck and two cars. At least one person was conveyed to King Edward Memorial Hospital for treatment to unknown injuries. Details are limited at this time, however we will update as able.

Accident Bermuda, February 3 2016-1

Accident Bermuda, February 3 2016

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  1. Triangle Drifter says:

    Tailgating, distraction, inattention? Surely these vehicles did not bang into each other all by themselves.

  2. Passerby says:

    When I came through was three cars and a truck!

  3. Prego says:

    Just your typical awful driving by Bermudians who have no clue how to drive. We expats laugh at the driving test here, it’s just so embarrassing. In our home country, we can drive 000′s of miles at 3 x the speed, legally, accident free, yet take a test here and we are “shown how to drive”. Give an instructor an exam in the UK and he would fail. Every single day I see driving which would be an arrestable offence anywhere else.

    For example. Driving through red lights, driving a bike on a sidewalk to avoid a one-way system, driving on the sidewalk at Paget lights, tailgating, overtaking on blind corners, treating the centre line as something you should straddle instead of stay to the left of.

    My examiner told me I was driving too slow, and said 50 was ok “because everyone did it”.

    As for the bike test…….

  4. Longtail says:

    Bermy is pretty tho