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Man airlifted to Boston after crash; police seek witnesses

A police car outside of the Hamilton Police station. (File photograph)

A 54-year-old man has been airlifted to Boston for treatment to head and back injuries after a serious collision in the West End.

A police spokesman said they are still looking for witnesses to the two-vehicle collision, which left two men in hospital – particularly the occupants of a dark coloured motor car, which was in the immediate area at the time of the collision.

The spokesman said the collision took place just east of Woody’s Drive, Sandys, shortly before 7pm on Tuesday, December 28.

“At the time, a 54-year-old male motorcycle rider was travelling east on Malabar Road in the vicinity of the Bermuda Coast Guard facility,” he said.

“A 27-year-old male on another motorcycle was travelling in a westerly direction, when they were involved in a collision. Both men were transported to hospital via ambulance, with what were described as serious but non-life-threatening injuries.

“The 54-year-old has since been airlifted to Boston, for further treatment for injuries which include facial and skull fractures as well as a back injury. The condition of the second victim remains unclear at this time.”

Anyone with information is asked to contact PC Tiffani Williams at 247-1683 or tiffani.williams@bps.bm.