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Three Continue to Recover in Hospital After Smith’s Parish Car Crash [Updated]

Wed, 2018-03-14

At last check this morning (March 14th) three of the six people hurt in Monday night’s single vehicle car crash – on Middle Road in Smith’s parish near the junction with Clarendon Road – continued to recover at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital. 

The 18 year old woman that was more seriously injured remains in stable condition in the Intensive Care Unit while another 18 year old woman and a 19 year old man continued their recovery in stable condition on a general ward.

Condition Updates of Six Injured in Smith’s Parish Car Crash [Updated]

Tue, 2018-03-13

At last check this morning (March 13th) the medical conditions of the six people injured in Monday night’s single vehicle car crash – on Middle Road in Smith’s parish near the junction with Clarendon Road – were as follows:

An 18 year old woman was in stable condition in the Intensive Care Unit (passenger).
An 18 year old woman was in stable condition and will be admitted to a general ward (passenger).

Reported Serious Single Vehicle Car Crash in Smith’s Parish [Updated]

Mon, 2018-03-12

Around 10:20pm Monday, March 12th police and first responders were dispatched to a reported serious single vehicle car crash on Middle Road in Smith’s parish in the vicinity of Flatts Post Office.

Details are limited at this time. However, initial information suggests that the vehicle overturned and that as many as five people have been injured.

Traffic diversions are in effect in the area until further notice.

Renewed Scam Advisory: Beware of Deceptive ‘Computer Assistance’ Calls

Sat, 2018-03-10

Once again the Bermuda Police Service (BPS) would like to remind members of the public – especially senior citizens – to remain vigilant regarding phone calls, e-mails and other correspondence from unknown persons that attempt to obtain personal information or other sensitive data.

The BPS Organised and Economic Crime Department (OECD) has yet again received reports from local residents of telephone calls from unknown persons claiming to represent global technology companies such as Microsoft and Apple, as well as local communications companies Logic and North Rock.

Advisory: Police Motorcycle Training Course March 12th – March 29th

Fri, 2018-03-09

The motoring public is advised that the Bermuda Police Service Driver Training Unit will be conducting a Standard Police Motorcycle Course from Monday, 12th March until Thursday, 29th March 2018.

The officers on the course will be riding in a group of three and at times, at high speed. Lights and sirens may also be used during the training.

Death of 69 Year Old Howard Charles Marks Year’s 1st Road Fatality

Fri, 2018-03-09

The investigation continues regarding the death of 69 year old Howard Charles – the first road fatality of 2018 – following a serious incident involving the carriage he was driving, pulled by two horses, around 3:20pm Thursday, March 8th on Brighton Hill Road in Devonshire between Middle Road and Watlington Road East.

A Family Liaison Officer has been assigned to assist the deceased’s family at this difficult time and any witnesses that have not already come forward are asked to please contact the main police telephone number 295-0011 as soon as possible.

Reported Missing Person: Randolph Hollis [Located]

Fri, 2018-03-09

The Bermuda Police Service is appealing for the public’s assistance in locating 67 year old Randolph Hollis.

Mr. Hollis is described as brown complexioned, with ‘salt & pepper’ coloured hair.

He was last seen in the Church Lane, Pembroke area around 11am Thursday, March 8th.

It is unclear what clothing he was wearing at that time.

Mr. Hollis is known to frequent the Harlem Heights Road, Hamilton parish area and usually travels on foot or by bus.

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