20-Year-Old Man Stable In ICU After Collision

April 17, 2017 | 8 Comments

The 20-year-old man injured in the car crash on Middle Road in Southampton on Sunday [April 16] remains in stable condition in the intensive care unit.

Car Collision Southampton Bermuda, April 16 2017-fb

A police spokesperson said, “At last check earlier this morning [April 17th] the 20-year-old man believed to be from Pembroke injured in the car crash that occurred around 2am Sunday on Middle Road in Southampton near the junction with Granaway Heights Road remained in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit in stable condition.

“Inquiries continue regarding the circumstances of the crash and witnesses or persons with relevant information should now contact‎ the Roads Policing Unit on 247-1788.”

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  1. Stewiigriffin says:

    Wow they all survived that crash??and i bet speed and alchol had anything to do with it..

  2. Hope says:

    Depending on the scale of the disturbing scenes from the Piece of the Rock documentary, maybe this should be played to all high school students? Say age 14 and up.

    • Proud Bermuda Onion says:

      Yup. Bermuda needs to stop sugar coating the reality of what actually does happen, when you get be hind a wheel & drive irresponsibly . . . Speed, driving under the influence, texting, & or overtaking on blind corners or summits may cause a serious accident that may make someone or take a life! My college friend lost her son a year ago in the USA to a car accident ,in which he was behind the wheel, the Maine police & media made it very clear that it was speed that killed him as he went around the bend & came off the road & hit trees. So if they, the Police & media can save one life or one making from being totally blunt what caused his accident, then it is worth upsetting a few of the deceased’s or injured families, then it is worth it.

  3. Tired and jaded says:

    Why careful? It’s blatantly obvious that you can’t do that amount of damage to a car unless you’re speeding. Stop whitewashing everything.

  4. Father in Jesus Name we give you thank’s and praise that this young man has been moved off the critical list, to stable, and that there was no loss of life.

    This is a great relief knowing that in-spite of the circumstances, Heavenly Father you chose to give life over death in this situation, and may we all learn from this, that the condition of this vehicle would suggest otherwise, but your Grace and Mercy, once again has been shown to all who this unfortunate situation has touched.

    Thank you in advance, and now strengthen the family to stand with and beside these young man, as they take this journey toward full recovery, we ask all these thing’s in the name of your Son, Jesus Christ and for our sake do we pray, Amen.

  5. MORRIS MALONE SR says:

    I am glad the young man at the time this article was published has survived this crash and is recovering. From the photograph the damage to the car looks more then 20 – 30 mph.

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