Senior stable after car crash
A senior injured after his car overturned near the Police Recreation Club in Devonshire was in stable condition today.
A police spokesman said the 78-year-old Sandys man was behind the wheel when he suffered a “suspected medical incident” and his car overturned on Headquarters Hill yesterday afternoon.
The man was in stable condition at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital this morning.
Anyone with information should call police on 295-0011.
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