Four-Vehicle Collision In Hamilton Parish

April 10, 2024 | 2 Comments

[Updated] A four-vehicle collision occurred around 8:05am today [April 10] on North Shore Road in Hamilton parish.

A police spokesperson said, “Around 8:05am Wednesday, 10th April 2024, a collision occurred on North Shore Road in Hamilton parish, near Somers Hill Road.

“Details are limited at this time. However, initial information indicates that the collision involved three cars and a motorcycle.

“So far, one person is understood to have sustained head injuries.

“Traffic flow at the collision site has been reduced to one lane, while the scene is processed.

“Morning commuters travelling in that area should expect delays and are advised to take alternate routes, if possible.

“An update will be provided when more information is available.

“Any witnesses are encouraged to call 211.”

Update 11.48am: A police spokesperson said, “Traffic flow returned to normal in the North Shore Road, Somers Hill Road Hamilton parish area around 10:20am Wednesday.

“The rider injured in the collision, believed to be a 72-year-old Hamilton parish man, was transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment. An update on his medical condition is anticipated in due course.

“Once again, any witnesses are encouraged to call 211.”

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  1. I'm just saying says:

    Why is it every time there’s an accident the road is closed for eternity. You have modern technology now, put up a drone take photos etc. Back in the day we marked the spot where the vehicles were. Whey I drove past this particular seen they were all standing around looking at each other. No sign of the injured motorist. SMH!

    • Joe Bloggs says:

      Back in the day it only took one police officer to investigate and possibly one to direct traffic. Now it takes a whole squad of police officers to look at a scene.

      But photographs from a drone will not be sufficient. The would not provide an accurate scale.

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