Soldier injured in roundabout collision
A man was injured today after his bike was in collision with a car at a city roundabout.
The injured man, a Royal Bermuda Regiment soldier in uniform, was involved in a crash with a blue SUV about 3.30pm.
The incident happened at the Par-la-Ville roundabout on Par-la-Ville Road.
The soldier, who complained of back pain, was treated at the scene by paramedics before being rushed to the King Edward VII Memorial Hospital.
There is some disruption to traffic as police investigators examine the scene.
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