Motorcyclist Strikes Pedestrian On North Shore

January 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

The police confirmed that two people were injured in the collision last night, saying that “it appears that a male motorcyclist traveling along North Shore Road struck a female pedestrian as she attempted to cross the road.”

The rider, believed to be a 33 year old Southampton man and the pedestrian, believed to be a 68 year old Pembroke woman, were transported to hospital, and as of this morning, the pedestrian had been discharged while the motorcyclist was awaiting admission to a general ward.

Collision North Shore Band Room Lane Bermuda, January 16 2017 (2)

A police spokesperson said, “Around 11pm on Monday, January 16th police officers and Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service personnel responded to a reported collision on North Shore Road in Pembroke near the junction with Bandroom Lane.

“It appears that a male motorcyclist traveling along North Shore Road struck a female pedestrian as she attempted to cross the road from the nearby bus layby.

“Both the rider, believed to be a 33 year old Southampton man and the pedestrian, believed to be a 68 year old Pembroke woman, were treated at the scene before being transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for further medical assessment.

“At last check this morning [January 17th] the injured pedestrian had been discharged while the injured motorcyclist was awaiting admission to a general ward.

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

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