Police confirmed today that the 29-year-old Warwick woman believed to be the driver of the car involved in that fatal car crash on Saturday night, remains listed in stable condition in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.
The crash claimed the life of 30-year-old Rakai Augustus and a police spokesman said a Family Liaison Officer is assisting his family as inquiries continue.
A spokesman said: “The 29-year-old woman involved was arrested on suspicion of impaired driving as per protocol in the Road Traffic Act 1947, which applies to any collision where serious injury or death occurs.”
Any witnesses who have not yet come forward regarding this fatal accident that occurred around 11:40pm Saturday, October 28th, in the Wellington Street, York Street St George’s area between Rose Hill Street and Fort George Hill, are urged to contact the Roads Policing Unit on 247-1788.
Meanwhile, another male motorists who was seriously injured when his motorcycle collided with a car two weeks ago, remains listed in stable condition in the ICU.
The accident occurred just after midnight, on Saturday October 14th, at the junction of Elliot and Union Streets in Hamilton, as the appeal by police for witnesses to come forward continues.
And at last check earlier this morning, the 31-year-old male rider believed to be from Pembroke and his 24-year-old female pillion passenger injured when a car collided with the auxiliary cycle they were travelling on around 9pm on Friday, October 27th at the junction of Court Street and Dundonald Street in Hamilton, were both recovering in stable condition on a general ward at the hospital.
Inquiries into that accident continue and any witnesses are asked to contact the main police telephone number on 295-0011.
And the 33-year-old woman believed to be from Southampton who was hurt when the car she was driving struck a utility pole around 2:10am on Saturday, October 28th, on South Road near the junction with Horseshoe Road in Southampton, has been treated for her injuries and released from the hospital. Inquiries into that single vehicle accident continue and witnesses are urged to contact police on the main number.