10 Weekend Collisions Reported – Down From 21 Last Weekend

Monday, December 11,2017

The Bermuda Police Service would like to thank the public for their cooperation on the roads over the weekend, as the number of reported collisions was down from 21 last weekend to 10 this weekend. In addition, 8 people were arrested on suspicion of impaired driving this past weekend, with seven individuals failing the alco-analyser test and one passing it. The police will continue their highly visible presence on the roads.

Condition Update: 16 Year Old Girl Remains in the Intensive Care Unit

Thursday, December 07,2017

At last check earlier this morning (December 7th) the 16 year old girl hurt when the auxiliary (50cc) cycle she was riding went over an embankment along South Road, Paget in the vicinity of Southcote Road around 7:55pm Friday remained in stable condition in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

Update: Two Car Collision on North Shore Road in Smith’s Parish

Wednesday, December 06,2017

A two car collision that occurred around 7:45pm Sunday, December 3rd on North Shore Road, Smith’s parish in the area of Flatts Village resulted in no serious injuries. The two cars were apparently being driven in opposite directions at the time. It is now confirmed that three people were involved.

Renewed Witness Appeal: Pompano Beach Club Robbery

Tuesday, December 05,2017

The investigation into the armed robbery involving a bladed article that occurred around 11am Monday, December 4th at Pompano Beach Club in Southampton continues. Both male suspects were described as light complexioned and 6 feet tall, wearing dark coloured jackets. There were no injuries reported and the scene was processed by the relevant police personnel.

Roads Policing Unit: 21 Collisions Reported Over the Weekend

Monday, December 04,2017

There were 21 collisions reported over the weekend – 10 reported as damage only, 8 reported as minor injury and 3 reported as serious injury. In addition, 4 people were arrested on suspicion of impaired driving and 39 speeding tickets were issued, with the highest speed recorded at 102 kph. Police continue to be highly visible on the island’s roads, conducting a series of road safety initiatives. However, the public must also do their part and take personal responsibility for their driving and riding behaviours.


13 December 2017

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