Woman badly injured in hit and run

| 11/11/2014

(CNS): The police are appealling for witnesses to a 'hit and run' accident Sunday evening which happened on Marina Drive, Prospect. According to an RCIPS spokesperson, the woman was struck by a car at around 7:30pm as she walked along the road towards the local store. The woman was knocked unconscious and awoke with serious injuries to her body. She was able to alert a motorist, who called 911. Police say they have no description yet of the vehicle involved and are appealing to anyone who was in the Marina Drive area Sunday evening between 7:30pm and 8:05pm to contact Inspector Adrian Barnett at 526-2204 or 800-TIPS (8477).

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  1. Anonymous says:

    "CCTV " Criminals Continue To Violate" the rights of good citizens. These instruments to promote crime is just what they are. My house was broken into in Northward, yet the road leading to Her Majesty Prison has no cameras. Trust me when I asked that the road cameras be looked after to recall the criminals, I was told there is no cameras directly in the road that leads to the Prison. Just imagine how many criminals past by this road to and fro daily and no cameras. Shame on the government for allowing such neglience in our community! Crime will NEVER be solved in these islands until some caring people with stigma stand up for the good citizens of this country.  It bogs my mind why these criminals break in and vandalise the poor people? Go for those who sit for a few hours 3 months of the year wasting taxpayers money and can have $1billion missing in action! The poor people who get the boot are those who have to leave home early morning until night to pay CUC/Water Authority/Mortgage/Insurances/etc. and come home to a house all ramsacked! This is a crying shame and nothing is being done. Simple truth!

  2. Anonymous says:

    The expensive CCTVs that we paid for should be working, and serving the purpose they were bought for.    If they are not not serving the purpose, ask for a refund.

  3. Anonyanmous says:

    To the crime, now do the time.

  4. Caymankinder says:

    That whole area needs to be covered with CCTV.

    Anyone who would flee such an incident deserves some serious bad karma.

    • Politicians and Govt Chief Officers- You listening? says:

      Let me explain phase ll of the CCTV plan. Any neighborhood group CAN purchase and install a CCTV camera and the RCIP is obligated to monitor it as part of their system.  So neighborhood watch groups should unite!!