Police and first responders were kept busy around the clock with weekend road traffic accidents, that landed more motorists in the hospital’s Emergency Department for treatment.
At last check this morning, the motorcyclist involved in an early morning single vehicle crash on Saturday, May 5,
was listed in stable condition on a general ward.
The accident occurred around 12:30am on Saturday, May 5, on South Road in Southampton, near the junction with Eastdale Lane.
A police spokesman said: “Details remain limited at this time.
“However the rider, believed to be a 41-year-old St George’s man, was injured and transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment.
“Traffic was temporarily diverted in the area while the relevant police personnel processed the scene,” he added.
Another motorcyclist is also listed in stable condition on a general ward, after he crashed into wooden fencing along North Shore Road in Smith’s parish near the junction with Store Hill.
The accident occurred around 10pm on Sunday, May 6.
The motorcyclist, is said to be a 39-year-old Hamilton Parish man.
Another motorcyclist who was hurt in a Front Street collision was treated at the Emergency Department and discharged
A police spokesman said the motorcyclist was injured in a collision with a car on Front Street in Hamilton outside of The Docksider Pub.
The accident occurred around 9:30pm Sunday, May 6.
The motorcylist, said to be a 44-year-old Sandys Parish man – was treated and released from the hospital.
“Inquiries continue and any witnesses are asked to contact Constable Tiffani DeSilva on 295-0011,” he added.