Motorcyclist injured after striking wall
A motorcyclist remained in intensive care today after a collision in St George’s.
The man, 23, from St George’s, was rushed to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital after he hit a wall on Turkey Hill.
The crash happened on Sunday at about 10.15pm.
Today, police said he remained in a stable condition in the hospital’s Intensive Care Unit.
A 23-year-old woman injured in a collision with a fire engine in Hamilton Parish on Sunday afternoon was yesterday listed as “stable” in hospital.
A 32-year-old woman injured when her motorcycle was in collision with a car last Tuesday has been discharged from hospital.
The woman was at first treated in the intensive care unit for her injuries.
The crash happened at the junction of Parsons Road and The Glebe Road in Pembroke.
Police said a damage-only collision between an ambulance and a car on Sunday afternoon at the junction of Front Street and Court Street was still under investigation.
The spokesman said: “It now appears that the ambulance had its full emergency equipment — lights and siren — on at the time.”
Police have appealed for witnesses to the crashes.
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