Crash victim flown overseas
A 19-year-old Sandys man, injured yesterday morning in a crash by Elbow Beach, has been airlifted for treatment overseas, according to police.
He was a pillion passenger on a motorcycle that collided with a car at around 10am on South Shore, Paget.
A police spokesman said he had initially been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital.
The driver of the bike, a 49-year-old Sandys woman with serious leg and foot injuries, is recovering on hospital on a general ward.
The driver of the car remained at the scene of the crash and was not arrested, but both vehicles were impounded for investigation.
Witnesses who have not come forward are asked to call the main police telephone number, 295-0011.
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