Around 9:30am on Monday, March 2nd first responders were dispatched to a reported two vehicle collision at the junction of Woodlands Road, Serpentine Road and Par-La-Ville Road in Pembroke.
It appears that a car driver and a motorcycle rider were attempting to negotiate the round-a-bout at that location when their vehicles collided.
The 24 year old male driver injured in a reported single car collision that occurred around 3:05am Saturday, February 28th on North Shore Road in Devonshire, near the junction with Palmetto Road, has since been discharged from the hospital.
Inquiries regarding this collision continue and any witnesses should contact Constable Thomas Greenslade at the Hamilton Police Station on telephone number 247-1704.
The motoring public is advised to expect delays in the Harbour Road, Paget area near the Royal Hamilton Amateur Dinghy Club, due to roadwork.
Morning commuters are advised to obey the temporary traffic lights in the area and consider taking alternate routes if possible.
The patience and cooperation of motorists traveling along this section of Harbour Road is appreciated.
Around 3:05am on Saturday, February 28th first responders were dispatched to a reported single vehicle collision on North Shore Road in Devonshire, near the junction with Palmetto Road.
It appears that a car being driven along North Shore Road collided with roadside barriers.
Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service personnel had to extricate the injured driver, believed to be a 24 year old Pembroke man, from the vehicle.
Pembroke residents are encouraged to attend a Central Community Action Team community clinic being held Saturday 28th February at C-Mart on North Shore Road in Pembroke from 12 noon until 4pm.
At the event area residents will have the opportunity to meet their Community Action Team officer, discuss any community issues they may have and receive crime prevention advice.
Superintendent Darrin Simons - The Bermuda Police Service has received five separate reports of willful damage in the City of Hamilton. It appears that an individual or individuals spray painted buildings in the city overnight. As of 11am the affected locations are:
Rear of Cabinet Building, Reid Street side
Global House on Church Street
The Eastern Community Action Team will be holding a 'Meet Your Community Action Team (CAT) Officers' - Police Community Outreach Clinic tomorrow, Wednesday 25th February at A1 Supermarket in Smith's parish from 4pm until 6pm.
CAT officers will be available at the location to meet with members of the public and discuss any concerns they may have.