Car Driver Crashes Into Tree In St George’s

February 18, 2017

Emergency services responded to a collision in St George’s at approximately 1.30am this morning [Feb 18] involving a car crashing into a tree.

Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service personnel tended to the injured driver before he was transported by ambulance to King Edward Memorial Hospital for treatment. Police remained on the scene until a tow truck could attend and remove the vehicle. Details are limited at this time, however we will update as able.

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  1. ticktock says:

    High Speed Trees in Bermuda again.

  2. Kangoocar says:

    Before I hear the usual nonsense of those that will try and make excuses how this happened and hoping the driver is oK etc…. To push an engine off it mounts and drive it backwards bringing the attached front wheels with it, traveling at a high speed had to be the reason! The object the car hit was NOT moving!
    We all pay for this behavior through higher insurance premiums, and I personally am sick of paying higher rates than I should be, because of it!

    • Terry says:

      Good observation/s on your part Kangy.

      I also noticed the severe accumulation of brake dust on the front brakes which is also a very bad sign.
      Shalom.

    • Gargoyle Wings says:

      You’re so clever

    • Huh says:

      nice detective work Mr (i am always right because i know everything because i am perfect)Kangoocar.

    • A Chap called V says:

      Agreed, there is some appalling driving in Bermuda, but to hope the driver is ok is not a nonsense statement.

  3. Hurricane says:

    Jesus clearly didn’t take the wheel

    • Shari-Lynn Pringle says:

      I believe Jesus did take the wheel or the headline would be more about it being a fatality and less about sounding like there was a date with destiny between the driver and the tree.

  4. bob says:

    classic chelsea fan

  5. Really says:

    Agree I’m sick of paying for idiots, and until we make the laws stricter we will continue. For a lot of our insurance scales we use a Canadian table, so why can’t we enforce our driving laws as they do!

    • Gargoyle Wings says:

      Run for parliament and change the law

    • Rodney says:

      You can make all the laws you want not going to work. We have to start with that person in the mirror,and ALL become better drivers and respect the laws already there for us.We have to take responsibility for our actions not the law makers

    • Grizz says:

      Cause this ain’t Canada

  6. JohnBoy says:

    I’m just here to read the comments…