33-Year-Old In ICU After Collision On Crow Lane

November 20, 2015

A 33-year-old man is in stable condition in the Intensive Care Unit following a motorcycle collision on Crow Lane at approximately 2:30am this morning [Nov 20].

A police spokesperson said, “Around 2:30am on Friday, November 20th first responders were dispatched to a reported serious single vehicle motorcycle collision on Crow Lane in Pembroke near the junction with Corkscrew Hill.

“It appears that a motorcycle being ridden out of the City of Hamilton collided with the kerb, approaching the north round-a-bout.

“The rider, believed to be a 33-year-old St. George’s man, was injured and taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment.

“At last check he was in the Intensive Care Unit in stable condition.

“Inquiries regarding this collision continue and any witnesses should contact the Hamilton Police Station on 247-1704.”

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  1. JohnBoy says:

    someone else at that same spot???

  2. mixitup says:

    That spot has claimed at least 4 lives that I remember. I don’t know what else can be done there.. (I’m going to assume the driver was NOT impaired – *kermit sipping tea* – But that’s none of my business)

  3. Libby says:

    The manhole that is in the middle of the road, right at that junction is slippery as hell when wet! Personally I think that is responsible for these tragic accidents. I’ve looked carefully at that area ever since a friend died there years ago.

  4. sage says:

    Can they remove the ridiculous, suspension damaging “rumble strips” now?

  5. Kim Smith says:

    Are there cameras in that area? I’m not sure from the article if this is the spot where many accidents have happened before (by the bus stop for going out of town) but that’s an area that could really use a camera focused on it.

  6. Keepin' it Real!...4Real! says:

    I may be mistaken but…hasn’t these unfortunate mishaps happened in the wee hours of the night..?? Maybe we should ban certain hours of the clock.
    How else can we modify that spot to accommodate it..??