Two Women Injured, Motorcyclist Flees Scene

January 13, 2020

Two women were transported to hospital following a collision last night [Jan 12] in Devonshire, with one woman “sustaining injuries including a potentially life threatening head injury.”

The collision involved two vehicles, and the motorcyclist fled the scene and police said “efforts are ongoing to locate the other motorcycle and its rider.”

A police spokesperson said, “Around 11:25pm Sunday, January 12th a reported serious collision occurred on North Shore Road in Devonshire in the vicinity of the Mid-Atlantic Boat Club.

“Details remain limited at this time. However, it appears that two vehicles were involved, a 50cc rental scooter and a motorcycle.

“It is believed that the rental scooter was being ridden east on North Shore Road when the collision occurred outside the entrance to Mid-Atlantic Boat Club as the motorcyclist exited the premises.

“Apparently the motorcyclist then fled the scene.

“The rental scooter rider, said to be a 42-year-old Warwick woman, was injured as well as a 42-year-old Smith’s parish woman – believed to be the pillion passenger on the motorcycle involved.

“Both were transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment.

“At last check the two women had been admitted, with the Warwick woman sustaining injuries including a potentially life threatening head injury while the Smith’s parish woman sustained facial and other injuries.

“The scene was processed and efforts are ongoing to locate the other motorcycle and its rider.

“Inquiries continue and any witnesses are encouraged to contact Constable Kayla Smith on 247-1704 or via e-mail smithkay@bps.bm.”

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