Car Lands On Side After Collision In St George’s

April 14, 2018 | 14 Comments

[Updated with video] Yet another car crash has occurred, with the collision resulting in the car landing on its side this morning [April 14] in St George’s. Further details are limited at this time, however we will update as able.

Update 8.11am: Live video replay of the car being removed

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  1. Southampton says:

    What is wrong with the drivers in Bermuda?
    Everybody is in a hurry. Driving to fast and no regard for safety.
    I was behind some fool yesterday who driving in and out of traffic like a mad man.

    Slow down, drive sensibly, DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE and have consideration for other drivers on the road.

    • Bdabye says:

      And stay off your cell phones!!! Saw 5 people this week alone on their cell phones.

      • Toodle-oo says:

        5 in one week ?

        Yesterday alone I counted 11 on an 8 mile return trip and this morning I counted 6 on a 2 mile return trip .
        It’s bad enough when it’s cars but when it’s water trucks and other ‘H’ registered vehicles my blood boils .

        Common sense should dictate that only a fool would play with one while driving , a law should not have even been necessary !

  2. Micah says:

    random police stoppages with alcohol and drug testing is needed
    all high on something

    • wahoo says:

      So why not apply that standard to our elected officials also? OBA subjected themselves to random drug testing but nobody from other side…did…so how can legislators legislate but not demonstrate? This guy/girl could have been eating a chocolate bar for all we know so let us hurry up and tax sugar so this will not happen again.

  3. Bullwinkle T. M says:

    Cell companies should cease all mobile service to moving GPS on all Bermuda roads.
    Only stationary devices need utilise service.

    • Toodle-oo says:

      And then there’s the vast majority who are only high on being lawless maniacs.

    • Juice says:

      Something like that would require special circumstances or the persons express permission…because of privacy and stuff. Besides that, how would they differentiate between driver and passengers?

  4. Real Deal says:

    I would be interested in a cart showing where these people live

  5. puzzled says:

    Speechless.

  6. facts of the rock says:

    Ban all cars,bring back horse and carriages!

  7. you never listen to me says:

    not much rust on the bottom!

  8. wahoo says:

    In a somewhat cynical way this image and all the others are sort of reflective of our present government and so many of the suggestions about how to fix the problem could be equally beneficial if applied to the power that be.

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