Truck Still “Stuck” In Water Over One Month Later

March 22, 2017

After crashing over an embankment on February 17, the truck remains stuck there over one month later, partially submerged in the water in the Abbot’s Crescent, Hamilton parish area.

The vehicle is now secured to the shoreline with straps, portions of the truck’s components appear to be dismantled, and the vehicle appears to be more submerged in the water than it was last month.

The truck crashed quite a distance over the embankment, with the police previously confirming that 41-year-old man was attempting to start the truck when it rolled down a driveway and crashed over.

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  1. Hey possibly says:

    Maybe we can take out all the parts that would be bad to the environment and leave it there ( or move it out a little ) and let it become a home for the wild life

    • Izzypop says:

      I am guessing the fuel and oil and all the poison liquids has already floated out

    • Wahoo says:

      No. Pay a barge service to get rid of it.

  2. Triangle Drifter says:

    No barge can get under Flatts Bridge. If a crane cannot lift it up the way it went down the next best method might be to float it over to Devils Hole & drag it up the boat ramp.

    • made in bermuda says:

      there is a barge
      Atlantic Construction has one was in flatts last summer

  3. brain fart says:

    The truck is already garbage. Cut it into pieces.. take it out piece by piece.

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

    Disgusting and disgusted. Where are the Environmental Watchdogs and why hasn’t this been acknowledged by them!

  5. Bermyman says:

    The Environment thanks you! What about all the boats still lettering our shoreline, why are the owners not liable to clean them up?

  6. John Steele says:

    Happy to report the truck is being removed this Sunday morning. As of 10:30am it was on a barge and the remaining parts were being pulled out of the water.

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