Collision On North Shore In Hamilton Parish

September 19, 2017

[Updating] Police, BFRS and emergency personnel are currently on scene in the North Shore Road area in Hamilton parish, after what appears to be a road traffic collision. Details are limited at this time, however we will update as able

North Shore collision Bermuda Sept 19 2017

Update 3.17pm: The Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service confirmed that they responded to a road traffic collision at the junction of My Lord’s Bay Road and North Shore Road in Hamilton Parish this afternoon at approximately 2:31pm.

Acting Lieutenant Russann Francis said, “We responded to a road traffic collision involving a car and motorcycle.

“On our arrival it was discovered that one individual was found with what appeared to be serious injuries, while another was removed from a car by fire personnel. We responded with three vehicles and nine personnel.

“Fire service emergency medical technicians assessed the injured persons who were then transported to KEMH via two ambulances for further treatment. The accident is currently under investigation.”

The scene remains blocked off by police and emergency personnel.

North Shore collision Bermuda Sept 19 2017 (2)

Update 3.22pm: A police spokesperson said, “Around 2:30pm today, police and first responders were dispatched to a reported serious collision at the junction of North Shore Road and My Lord’s Bay Road in Hamilton parish involving an unmarked police car and a motorcycle.

“Initial information suggests that both the car driver and motorcyclist were injured. The motorcyclist is believed to be more seriously injured and a condition update on the individuals involved will be provided in due course.

“Traffic is being diverted away from the area pending examination of the scene by a traffic collision investigator. Any witnesses to this collision are asked to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

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