Motorcyclist Injured In Collision In Devonshire

November 15, 2016

[Updated] Emergency services responded to a collision tonight [Nov 15] on Middle Road in Devonshire that involved a car and motorcycle near the junction with Montpelier Road resulting in the rider sustaining unknown injuries.

Bermuda Fire and Rescue service personnel tended to the injured rider until an attending ambulance transported him to King Edward Memorial Hospital for treatment. Details are limited at this time, however we will update as able.

Update 7.35pm: A police spokesperson said, “Around 6:45pm on Tuesday, November 15th police and first responders were dispatched to a reported three vehicle collision at the junction of Middle Road and Montpelier Road in Devonshire, apparently involving a motorcycle and two cars.

“Details are limited at this time. However it appears that the male rider involved has sustained a serious leg injury.

“Traffic is currently being diverted away from the area while the scene is being processed.

“An update will be provided when more information is available.”

Update 9.41pm: A police spokesperson said, “The junction of Middle Road and Montpelier Road in Devonshire is now open to normal traffic flow.

“Inquiries regarding the reported three vehicle collision continue.”

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  1. Hotgog says:

    Everyone is in a hurry to go somewhere.

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

    21 square miles and everybody in a rush to go nowhere!!

  3. King Jammys says:

    Middle Road & Montpellier needs a traffic light.

    • Juice says:

      Don’t know why this comment has so many dislikes. This intersection is a nightmare during peak traffic times and can be difficult to navigate even when traffic is light. The length of Middle road view-able from Montpelier is fairly short, you cant see who’s coming just over the hill or just around the corner. Traffic lights might be quite useful in this spot.

  4. Bermuda cricket says:

    Take your time prople. Praying for quick recovery

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  6. The Real Onion says:

    Where does it say there was speed involved? I will admit that it is a possibility but sometimes an accident, is just an accident. I have been involved in an accident because a dog ran across the street and knocked my tire just enough to knock me into an oncoming car.

    • Hurricane says:

      Dog, chicken, cat or whatever more often than not it’s excessive speed involved. And even if it wasn’t the case in this accident, there can me no harm in saying…………..Slow down people!

  7. MyDear says:

    At that particular junction, most times everyone is trying to either turn or come out of that gate in a hurry. Let me beat that car out No let ME beat that car out. You need to pay close attention at that particular junction

  8. mario says:

    Hurricane, I would rather people pay attention when they ride and drive. Also, I am not sure what you mean by excessive speed as the speed limit is 35 kph – which nobody adheres to… Is 40 kph ok or is that excessive? On a general note – bike riders as they head east along Middle Road, approaching Montpilier tend to tuck into the nearside for some odd and dangerous reason. They should be closer to the centre line so that vehicles trying to enter Middle from Montpilier can see them sooner! Again – paying attention (and riding and driving sensibly) is most important.