Wreckless drivers spark weekend of collisions

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A slew of weekend crashes kept police and first responders busy.

A Smith’s man was arrested on suspicion of impaired driving after a three-vehicle crash in Paget on Friday night.

Police and first responders were called to the collision on Middle Road at about 9.45pm.

A police spokesman said that a car travelling west collided with a motorcycle and another car.

The driver of the motorcycle, a 54-year-old Hamilton Parish man, and the driver of the eastbound car, a 40-year-old Warwick woman, were both injured in the crash and transported to hospital.

Earlier that evening, at about 6pm, two vehicles were damaged in a collision on South Road, near Tribe Road No 3, in Southampton.

A 30-year-old Hamilton Parish man escaped injury in a single-vehicle crash on North Shore Road in Hamilton Parish early on Saturday morning.

The spokesman said the car he was driving struck and mounted an embankment.

A 21-year-old St George’s woman was also uninjured after a crash in the East End yesterday. The police spokesman said the car she was driving struck an embankment on St David’s Road at about 9.30am.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 295-0011.

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Published Mar 5, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Mar 5, 2018 at 8:42 am)

Wreckless drivers spark weekend of collisions

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