Transport Minister Walter Roban today lamented the loss of yet another two lives on Bermuda’s roads.
In a brief statement issued this afternoon, the Minister said, “This week, tragically, we have suffered deaths on our roads.
“I cannot begin to express how deeply saddened I am about the loss of life in such a heart breaking way.
“On behalf of the Ministry, I wish to extend my deepest and sincerest condolences to the grieving families and friends of these individuals.”
In follow up to the new road safety campaign, he added: “As the public is aware, we are in the midst of engaging with the public about our Road Safety plan by hosting a series of community meetings.
“Now more than ever this is a timely conversation and we are urging the public’s involvement and feedback.
“As Minister, I am hoping people will consider attending this evening’s meeting so that we can not only remember those who we have lost, but also so we can come together as a community to have this important discussion.”
Earlier today, the Bermuda Police Service confirmed the deaths of 59-year-old Navell Darrell and 66-year-old William Moniz, whose deaths mark the fifth and sixth road traffic fatalities of 2018.