Vehicle Catches Fire After Two Car Collision

November 8, 2015

In the early hours of this morning [Nov 8] there was a collision involving two cars in Pembroke; the police said it was reported that one of the cars was on fire, with the Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service extinguishing the flames.

Both of the drivers — a 31-year-old man and a 52-year-old woman — sustained non-life threatening injuries.

A police spokesperson said, “Around 1:40am on Sunday, November 8th police officers on mobile patrol came across a two car collision at the junction of Cavendish Road and Lane Hill in Pembroke.

“Apparently one car was being driven along Cavendish Road and the other car was being driven along Lane Hill when the vehicles collided at the junction.

“It was initially reported that one of the cars was on fire; however Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service personnel were promptly on scene and extinguished the flames.

“Both drivers, a 31-year-old Smith’s parish man and a 52-year-old St. George’s woman, sustained non-life threatening injuries.

“Traffic flow was temporarily disrupted in the area but quickly returned to normal after the two damaged cars were towed from the scene.

“Any witnesses to this collision should contact the Hamilton Police Station on 247-1704.”

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