A 23-year-old man seriously injured when his motorcycle slammed into a wall on Turkey Hill, St George’s last night, is tonight listed in stable condition in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

A police spokesman said emergency services responded to reports of the crash at around 10.15pm on Sunday, June 3.

“He was transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment of his injuries.

“This afternoon, the man was said to be in a stable condition in the Intensive Care Unit.”

Meanwhile, the female motorcyclist injured in that collision with a fire truck yesterday afternoon is today listed in stable condition on a general ward.

The 23-year-old motorcyclist collided with the fire truck on North Shore Road, near the junction with East Point Lane in Hamilton Parish.

And a 32-year-old motorcyclist injured in a collision with a car last Tuesday, has been discharged from the hospital.

The woman was originally in the Intensive Care Unit as a result of the accident, which occurred at the junction of Parsons Road and Glebe Road in Pembroke.

Police are also investigating the damage-only collision between an ambulance and a car that took place yesterday afternoon at the junction of Front Street and Court Street.

The spokesman said: “It now appears that the ambulance had its full emergency equipment — lights and siren — on at the time.”

Anyone with information about any of the collisions should call police at 295-0011.