Motorbike rider in hospital after GT crash

| 05/12/2013

(CNS) Update Thursday 2:12pm: Police say that the 27-year-old man who sustained serious injuries as a result of the crash near Red Bay Primary School last night has been airlifted to Miami for treatment. At 8:10pm yesterday, police and other emergency services were called to the scene of a collision involving a Toyota Highlander and a motorbike on Shamrock Road, George Town. The two vehicles were travelling in opposite directions when the crash happened. The bike rider was transported to the Cayman Islands Hospital by ambulance. The accident is being investigated by PC Kenval Holder of the George Town Police Station at 949-4222. (Photo courtesy of Cayman 27)

The RCIPS is seeking any person(s) that may have witnessed this collision or have any information relative to this collision to please contact the George Town Police Station at 949-4222 or any of the police station in Grand Cayman.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    How ridiculous!! Who cares about the motorbike! We should be saying prayers for Jonathon and his family! The holidays are here and he is critical condition! Be thankful for every breath you take as it may be your last.

    To the Parchment family…you all are in our thoughts and prayers.

  2. M for Anonymous says:

    Side note: Please specfiy the motorbike brand as well.

    • Anonymous says:

      09.01..side note. Dont write foolish points. The brand does not matter. A seriously injured person does matter and all you are concerned about is what brand it was…good grief..Lord help us all.

      • Anonymous says:

        i saw somebody driving a red bike erlier that evening in an extremely dangerous and aggressive manner. I dont know the brand of that bike. I daresay if I knew more about bikes the brand and colour of the bike would actually be helpful and I would actually make the effort to let the cops know what I saw.

        TLDR: colour and brand could conceivably be useful …