Driver ‘serious’ following weekend car smash

| 03/12/2012

(CNS): Police have confirmed that one man remains in hospital in a serious condition following a road crash in the Savannah area in the early hours of on Saturday morning. An RCIPS spokesperson said that at about 2.15am on 1 December, a Toyota Ceres, which was traveling east, and a westbound Honda CRV collided on Shamrock Road, close to Savannah Primary School. Emergency services attended the scene and both drivers were conveyed to the Cayman Islands Hospital in George Town. The male driver of the Toyota was released from hospital after being treated for minor injuries. The driverof the Honda, who sustained serious injuries in the crash, remains in hospital in a serious condition, officials stated.

Anyone who witnessed the crash is asked to call Bodden Town police station on 947-2220.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Please fire guys wear your fire suits when working around those accidents, Do the Fire service have a safety officer?