Driver Arrested After Collision On Causeway

December 7, 2019 | 6 Comments

The driver of a car involved in an early morning collision with a truck on the Causeway on Friday [Dec 6] was arrested on suspicion of driving whilst impaired.

A police spokesperson said, “The incident occurred at around 6:30am, when a car driven west on the causeway by a female occupant, collided with a truck headed in the opposite direction.

“The female driver was arrested on suspicion of driving whilst impaired.

“There were no injuries but both vehicles were damaged in the collision.

“Traffic was backed up in both directions until both vehicles were removed.”

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  1. Dunn juice says:

    And pay for everyone that had to walk to the airport. And all other exspenses.

  2. MB says:

    Sorry police but you couldn’t just move one of the vehicles ever so slightly out the way so at least one line open, rather than sit there and watch Dozens walk the bridge with luggage to get to airport??? Seriously?? This made sense to you?? Sometimes I seriously question sanity of some … pathetic

    • Lone_Wolf says:

      Once again the police get blamed for the actions of others. First of all, it’s the idiots who crashed who are to blame. Secondly, if you MUST blame someone else, blame the judicial system, not the police. Any collision, or other incident for that matter, that has the potential to end up in court absolutely must be investigated thoroughly. The appropriate ‘Court Recognized’ and trained Investigators have to be called to the scene and they have to record and measure everything they can in order to recreate the scene for court purposes if a trial occurs. If anything is off then the ‘suspect’ will be released. And then the police will get blamed again for botching the investigation. So if you want to be mad at someone other than the fools who truly cause all these problems, be mad at the system, not the people trying to help.

  3. imjustsaying says:

    DUI first thing in the morning. This island has a real drinking alcohol problem.

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