Shelly Bay Collision Victim In Stable Condition

November 10, 2016

A 50 year old Hamilton parish man who was injured in a two vehicle collision on North Shore Road in Hamilton parish last night [Nov 9] is recovering in “stable condition on a general ward”, according to police.

A police spokesperson said, “Around 7:45pm on Wednesday, November 9th police and first responders were dispatched to a reported two vehicle collision on North Shore Road in Hamilton parish near the junction with Studio Lane.

“It appears that a car driver and a motorcyclist collided traveling in opposite directions.

“The rider, a 50 year old Hamilton parish man, was injured and taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment.

“At last check he was recovering in stable condition on a general ward.

“There were no other injuries reported. However, both vehicles were damaged.

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

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  1. What is it going to take? says:

    How many accidents have to occur in this area before the police or community address it? The recent number of accidents at this junction is due to the Christians of Bethel Church no longer allowing people access to their property, which allowed for a safer exit. Shame on you!

    • alafiyah says:

      Really you are complaining about cutting through the Church’s property, destroying the grass, never paying or giving an offering. Cutting through there even when church is going on and members cars are parked. That is NOT a public access road. Your exit is by the bend. Talk to your government to have the issue addressed. Why blame Bethel? Would you want someone to keep driving over your property?

  2. Rihanat Adebiyi says:

    It is an unsafe junction from the start, just like many other entrances onto the main roads in Bermuda. There is a fundamental problem with road design on this island.