Road crash victim awaits overseas airlift

| 13/03/2013

(CNS): A man who was seriously injured in a road crash in East End early Tuesday morning is due to be airlifted overseas for medical treatment after sustaining serious injuries in the smash. A spokesperson for the RCIPS said the crash happened at about 5.50 am when the man's vehicle left the road and collided with a wall in the vicinity of East Land Drive, East End. The driver sustained serious injuries to his back, neck and chest and was taken to the Cayman Islands Hospital, George Town. His condition is described as critical, but stable, and arrangements are being made to airlift him abroad for further medical treatment but his destination was not revealed.

The vehicle was extensively damaged as a result of the crash and police are now seeking witnesses to the smash. PC Raymond Grant of Bodden Town police station, is appealing for anyone who was in the area and witnessed the incident to contact him on 947-2240 or 947-2220.

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