The Bermuda Police Service has confirmed the deaths of 59-year-old Mr Navell Darell, as well as 66-year-old Mr William Moniz – the fifth and sixth road fatalities of 2018.

A police spokesman said: “Mr Darrell was seriously injured when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a car driven in the opposite direction along St John’s Road in Pembroke, near the junction with Berkeley Road around 10:35am on Wednesday, June 27th. He was rushed to hospital via ambulance but pronounced dead later that morning.

“Mr Moniz was seriously injured when the pedal cycle he was riding collided with a male motorcyclist on Middle Road in Devonshir,e near the junction with Vesey Street around 11:50pm on Saturday, June 23rd.

“He was also rushed to hospital via ambulance and admitted to the Intensive Care Unit in critical condition, where he remained until his death on Wednesday afternoon (June 27th).

“The loved ones of Mr Darrell and Mr Moniz have each been assigned a Family Liaison Officer to assist them during this difficult time for both families.”

He also extended sincere condolences to their respective families and friends.

Meanwhile, two separate investigations “regarding the circumstances of these fatal collisions continue and any witnesses that have not already come forward are urged to contact Constable Crai-Che Hall regarding the St John’s Road, Pembroke incident – or Constable Sean Simons regarding the Middle Road, Devonshire incident – on the main police telephone number 295-0011 at the earliest opportunity”.