Two female motorcyclists were injured in road traffic accidents on Tuesday morning, including a female tourist on a livery cycle. And the Bermudian motorists remains listed in stable condition in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.

Police and first responders were dispatched to a reported two vehicle collision that occurred at the junction of Parsons Road and Glebe Road in Pembroke around 8:30am on Tuesday, May 29..

A spokesman said: “It appears that a motorcyclist was traveling along Parsons Road and a car driver was traveling along The Glebe Road when the collision occurred as the driver of the car attempted to turn on to Parsons Road.  

“The injured rider, believed to be a 32-year-old Devonshire woman, was transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment . At last check on Wednesday morning (May 30th), she was listed in stable condition in ICU.”

No other injuries reported. However, both vehicles involved were damaged.  

 

And a female visitor riding a rented liver cycle was treated and discharged from the hospital’s Emergency Department after she struck a fence and ended up down an embankment on North Shore Road.

Police say the accident occurred around 9:55am on Tuesday, May 29, when police and fellow first responders were dispatched to the scene of the accident on North Shore Road in Smith’s Parish, near the junction with Jennings Road.  

A spokesman said: “Initial information suggested that a car was involved. However, it now appears that the rental scooter was the only vehicle involved.  

Apparently the rider, said to be a 61-year old visiting UK woman, was traveling in the eastbound lane of North Shore Road when she struck a fence and ended up down an embankment.  

The injured female visitor was transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment and later discharged.  

There were no other injuries reported by her pillion passenger (husband).  

Traffic was diverted away from the area for approximately an hour while the scene was processed. Witnesses are asked to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.