No Serious Injuries In Police Vehicle Collision

April 2, 2018 | 1 Comment

No one was seriously injured according to police following collisions on Saturday in Hamilton Parish and in Devonshire yesterday [April 1].

A police spokesperson said, “At 8pm on Saturday 31st March it appears that a private motor car was travelling east along North Shore Road near the junction with Somers Hill Road in Hamilton Parish when it was overtaken by a police car who was attempting to stop another vehicle.

“As a result, the driver of the private car pulled to the nearside and made contact with the barrier fence causing minor damage to their car. No one was injured and the police vehicle was not damaged. An investigation into the collision is now underway and anyone who may have seen the collision is asked to contact police on 295-0011.

“Meantime, At 1:30am on Sunday 1st April a police vehicle on general patrol was being driven west along Middle Road, Devonshire when the driver of the police vehicle collided with a wall.

“No one was seriously injured and there was moderate damage to the police car and the wall. An investigation into the collision is underway and anyone who may have witnessed the collision is asked to contact police on 295-0011.”

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  1. PANGAEA says:

    More smoke and mirors.

    You can not down play realality.

    I thought Bermuda was the” isle of rest “.

    How many time do we need to ask you all to show down,

    or

    Do we have to beg !

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