An 87-year-old St George’s man is today remains in hospital following a single vehicle car crash in St George’s on Monday.
Police say the accident occurred around 1:40pm on April 29 on Mullet Bay Road, near the junction with Stokes Point Road.
A spokesman said: “It appears that the car was being driven east along Mullet Bay Road when it struck a wall.”
At last check this morning, he said the driver remained in hospital.
“There were some traffic delays in the area until the damaged car was towed from the scene,” he added.
Inquiries continue and any witnesses are asked to call the main police telephone number 295-0011.
Meanwhile, another road traffic accident victim injured in a serious collision involving a car and a motorcycle on Sunday night is today recovering on a general ward.
Police say the accident occurred around 8pm on April 28th at the junction of Middle Road and Harrington Sound Road in the Flatts area of Smith’s Parish.
A spokesman said: “It now appears that the motorcyclist and the car were traveling in opposite directions on Middle Road when the car driver attempted to turn on to Harrington Sound Road.
“The rider, said to be a 24-year-old Smith’s Parish man, was transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment of head and facial injuries.
“He was admitted to a general ward and at last check this morning (April 30th) continued to recover on that ward in stable condition.
“Apparently the driver and front seat passenger of the car involved – said to be an 81 year old St. George’s man and an 83 year old Smith’s Parish woman respectively – were not hurt. However, both vehicles were damaged.
“Traffic was diverted for approximately two and a half hours while the scene was processed,” he added.
Inquiries continue and any witnesses that have not already come forward are encouraged to call the main police telephone number 295-0011.