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DAILY REPORTS

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Injured Motorcyclist in ICU After Ord Road Collision

Friday, November 17,2017

At last check earlier this morning (November 17th) the 48 year old man believed to be from Warwick hurt when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a parked truck along Ord Road, Warwick near Dunscombe Road around 3pm Thursday was listed in stable condition in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit. Inquiries continue and any witnesses are asked to contact the Roads Policing Unit on 247-1788.



Tractor Trailer Driver Treated at Hospital & Discharged

Thursday, November 16,2017

Inquiries continue regarding the tractor trailer crash that occurred around 12:40pm Wednesday, November 15th along Wilkinson Avenue in Hamilton parish near Crystal Caves. Both the vehicle involved and a wall were damaged in the crash. The driver, believed to be a 37 year old Warwick man, was treated for minor injuries at the hospital and later discharged.



Incident on Happy Valley Road, Pembroke

Wednesday, November 15,2017

Around 8:30am today (Wednesday, November 15th) police, Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service personnel and ambulance personnel responded to a report of a man barricaded inside the old Prison Headquarters building on Happy Valley Road in Pembroke. Representatives from Government social services also attended the scene. The man in question, believed to be 68 years old, was apparently in possession of a noxious substance and refused to leave the premises.



Injured 30 Year Old Motorcyclist Now Recovering on General Ward

Wednesday, November 08,2017

At last check earlier this morning (November 8th) the 30 year old Pembroke man seriously hurt when the motorcycle he was riding collided with a car around 12:10am Saturday, October 14th at the junction of Elliot Street and Union Street in the City of Hamilton had been transferred from the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit to a general ward in stable condition. Inquiries continue regarding this collision and any witnesses are asked to contact the main police telephone number 295-0011.



No Significant Anti-Social Behaviour During Halloween

Wednesday, November 01,2017

Bermuda Police Service (BPS) officers were on patrol across the island overnight as part of the Halloween policing operation. Although officers responded to numerous calls for service including reports of objects/eggs thrown at vehicles, the BPS is pleased to report that the event passed without major incident, injury or any significant anti-social behaviour.



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