Four Collision Victims Remain In Hospital

October 31, 2016

The 62 year old man involved in a collision in Pembroke on Friday is in stable condition in the ICU, the 84 year old woman injured in a collision in Devonshire on Thursday is also in stable condition in the ICU, the 79 year old woman injured in a collision in Paget on Wednesday had been transferred from ICU to a general ward at the hospital, and the 43 year old parish man seriously injured in collision in Paget on October 19th has also been transferred from ICU to a general ward.

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A police spokesperson said, “At last check this morning [Monday, October 31st] the 62 year old Warwick man seriously injured when the auxiliary cycle he was riding collided with a car on Marsh Folly Road in Pembroke around 8:53pm Friday, October 28th was in stable condition at the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

“Likewise the 84 year old Paget woman seriously injured in a reported two car collision on South Road in Devonshire near the junction with Melville Crescent around 9:45pm Thursday, October 20th was continuing to recover in stable condition at the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

“Meanwhile the 79 year old Paget woman seriously injured in a reported three vehicle collision on South Road in Paget near the junction with Lovers Lane around 11:45am Wednesday, October 26th had been transferred from ICU to a general ward at the hospital in stable condition.

“And the 43 year old Sandys parish man seriously injured in a reported motorcycle and auxiliary cycle collision on South Road in Paget near the junction with Tribe Road No. 5 around 8:30am Wednesday, October 19th had also been transferred from ICU to a general ward at the hospital in stable condition.

“Inquiries regarding these collisions continue and any witnesses that have not already come forward should contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

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  1. Hmm says:

    So much for the young people being the ones on the road who are not paying attention

    • PBanks says:

      Problem with the above statement is that it assumes that those in hospital are at fault, when that may not necessarily be the case.

      What we should read from this article instead is that anybody, regardless of age, could become a victim of a road traffic collision.