4 Weekend Collisions, 1 Arrest & 2 People Injured

March 4, 2018 | 2 Comments

[Updated] Four collisions were reported by police this weekend, with single vehicle damage only car crashes on St. David’s Road and in Hamilton Parish, a three vehicle collision on Middle Road in Paget on Friday night and a two car collision on South Road in Southampton on Friday evening.

Reported Single Vehicle Damage Only Car Crash on St. David’s Road

A police spokesperson said, “Around 9:30am Sunday, March 4th police officers attended a reported single vehicle crash on St. David’s Road in St. George’s, near the junction with Chapel of Ease Road.

“It appears that a car being driven west on St. David’s Road struck a roadside embankment and overturned. The driver, a 21 year old St. George’s woman, was not injured.

“However, the vehicle involved was damaged and later towed away. Any witnesses can contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

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Reported Single Vehicle Damage Only Car Crash in Hamilton Parish

A police spokesperson said, “Around 6:30am Saturday, March 3rd police officers attended a reported single vehicle crash on North Shore Road in Hamilton parish, near the junction with Sunnyside Drive.

“It appears that a car being driven east on North Shore Road struck and ended up on top of the roadside embankment. The driver, a 30 year old Hamilton parish man, was unhurt.

“The vehicle involved was damaged and later towed away. Any witnesses can contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

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Three Vehicle Collision: Middle Road, Paget Friday Night

A police spokesperson said, “Around 9:45pm Friday, March 2nd police and first responders attended a reported three vehicle collision on Middle Road in Paget near the junction with Cedars Drive.

“It appears that a car being driven west on Middle Road collided with a motorcycle being ridden in the opposite direction, as well as another car being driven east.

“Traffic was diverted away from the scene and the driver of the westbound car, believed to be a 65 year old Smith’s parish man, was arrested on suspicion of impaired driving.

“Both the motorcycle rider, believed to be a 54 year old Hamilton parish man and the driver of the eastbound car, believed to be a 40 year old Warwick woman, were hurt.

“The two injured motorists were apparently transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment and an update on their conditions is anticipated in due course. All three vehicles involved were damaged.

“Inquiries continue and any witnesses that have not already come forward are encouraged to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

Two Car Collision: South Road, Southampton Friday Evening

A police spokesperson said, “Around 6pm Friday, March 2nd police and first responders were dispatched to a reported two vehicle collision at the junction of South Road and Tribe Road Number 3 in Southampton.

“It appears that two cars were being driven in opposite directions in the vicinity of The Reefs Resort when the vehicles collided as the driver of the westbound car attempted to turn on to Tribe Road Number 3.

“Apparently no one was injured. However, both vehicles were damaged and had to be towed away. Any witnesses can contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

Car Driver & Motorcyclist Hurt in Friday Night Collision Discharged

Update Mar 5, 11.30am: A police spokesperson said, ”At last check this morning [March 5th] both the 54 year old male motorcyclist and 40 year old female car driver hurt in a collision with another car driven by a 65 year old man around 9:45pm Friday, March 2nd on Middle Road in Paget near the junction with Cedars Drive had been treated and discharged from the hospital.

“The 65 year old man, believed to be a Smith’s parish resident, was arrested on suspicion of impaired driving following the three vehicle collision but later passed the alco-analyser test and has been released on police bail.

“Inquiries continue and any witnesses that have not already come forward are encouraged to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

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  1. Hello says:

    Probably texting……not paying attention. What happens the the drivers who have these bizarre accidents? The should be given some punishment like being taken off the road for a time.

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