Broken-down car causes traffic delays
A broken-down car caused commuter tailbacks on Trimingham Hill this morning.
Commuters heading into Hamilton were caught behind the car, which stopped in the city-bound lane of the roadway.
The incident caused a delay in the start of a Supreme Court trial as people involved in the case were delayed.
A spokesman for the Bermuda Police Service said he would provide further details when available.
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