Man In Hospital Following Collision On South Rd

June 12, 2021 | 3 Comments

A 25-year-old man is in hospital following a collision last night [June 11] on South Road,

A police spokesperson said, “Shortly after 9pm Friday 11th June, 2021, police and first responders attended a collision on South Road, between Horseshoe Road and Southampton Princess entrance.

“Details at this time are very limited. However, early information suggests at least four motorcycles were traveling west, when one rider caused another to lose control of their vehicle and crash.

“The other motorcycles left the scene, leaving behind a 25-year-old Warwick man, who is currently receiving treated at KEMH for serious injuries. His condition at this time is listed as stable.

“It is not known if any of the other persons involved were injured.

“The scene was processed by forensic officers, which caused minor traffic delays. Police are interested in speaking with anyone who may have witnessed this collision and ask that they call PC Bailey 211.”

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  1. Toodle-oo says:

    Based on what we all see every minute that we are on the roads this doesn’t take much imagination.

  2. Dunn juice says:

    Only getting worse. I cycle and between the idiots that think we have no rights,the bus and taxi drivers its only a matter of time before it happens.
    Yes we have just as many rights as you, I know you don’t want to believe that.
    Road safety better start earning there keep

  3. De Paget bye says:

    Every day, I am almost hit by an overtaking bike, either coming from opposite direction in my lane or else coming around me at dangerous intersections. I normally go at 50 kph so am not like those slow seniors who infuriate everybody. Now that there are all these temporary trafic lights near Warwick Pond, near Leamington Caves and Shark Hole, and on Harbour Road due south of where the Oleander docks, the bikers are getting worse. They are always trying to cut in when the light turns green.

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