Motorcyclist Injured In Spanish Point Collision

April 18, 2018

[Updated] Emergency services responded to a collision tonight [April 18] in the Pontoons area of Spanish Point, which appeared to result in a motorcyclist being injured.

Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service personnel tended to the injured man before he was transported by ambulance to King Edward Memorial Hospital for treatment. Further details are limited at this time, however we will update as able.

Collision Bermuda, April 18 2018

Updated 9.07pm: A police spokesperson said, “A few minutes before 8pm police and first responders attended the scene of a single vehicle road traffic collision that took place at the Spanish Point Park in Pembroke.

“Initial reports suggest a 30 year old male was riding in the park and as a result lost control of his cycle and collided with a wall to the side of the park.

“The rider was taken to KEMH and his injuries are considered serious. At present the relevant officers are processing the scene and more information will be forthcoming as it becomes available.”

Update April 19, 11.45am: A police spokesperson said, “At last check this morning [April 19th] the male rider hurt in a single vehicle 50cc scooter crash in Spanish Point Park around 8pm Wednesday, April 18th – now believed to be a 32-year-old Smith’s parish man – was still receiving treatment at the hospital, listed in stable condition.

“Currently his injuries are described as serious but not life threatening.

“Inquiries continue and any witnesses to this crash are asked to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.”

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  1. Davie Kerr says:

    Yet another 2-wheeled single vehicle accident: and why was he riding in the park in the first place, and why was he riding fast enough to have an accident that serious in the second place?
    “Jus’ sayin’…..”

  2. PANGAEA says:

    THIRD WORLD ROADS.

    The worst srtretch of road in which has not had any work done on it for over 50 years is from B.C.M to S.P.B.C .

    This stretch of road is serving the greatest number of residential tax payers.

    Is their M.C.P asleep at the wheel ?