Cop car crashes with prisoner on board

| 14/05/2014

(CNS): A police car which was carrying a prisoner to HMP Northward crashed on Tuesday evening on Crew Road near Clarence Drive at around 6:46pm, an RCIPS spokesperson has confirmed. The police vehicle with two officers and the prisoner reportedly collided with a car but the RCIPS has not provided details about how the crash occurred. Everyone involved was injured and they were all taken to the hospital. While the police and prisoner were released last night, the driver of the other private vehicle remains hospitalized. The crash was one of three road accidents around the area of George Town about 7pm last night, as a collision near Mango Tree on Crewe Road and one on Bobby Thompson Way caused traffic jams for drivers leaving the capital.

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  1. anonymous says:

    as i understand from those near the scene; the cops were very lucky to escape alive following what can only be described as dangerous driving by the other driver who was doing excessive speeding around a sharp bend and on the wrong side of the road when he went head first into the cops car coming from the opposite direction. with this in mind how can you honesly ask for these cops to pay back..thankfully no one is seriously hurt..   

  2. Fred the Piemaker says:

    What – this time they didn't run over the prisoner?

  3. Key Stone says:

    Keystone Cop 1: Did you get that text from sarge?

    Keystone Cop 2: Let me hang up from this call and read the text.

                                             CRASH!!!

  4. Anonymous says:

    It’s time they pay back!!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Oh there goes another cop car crashed….time to buy a new fleet again