Two cycle riders still in hospital after crash
A crash between a motorcycle and an auxiliary cycle on South Road resulted in injuries to three people, two of whom yesterday remained in hospital. A Police spokeswoman said that at around 7.30pm on Monday, police and first responders attended a reported collision in Paget, near Southcote Road. “It appears that both vehicles were travelling along South Road when they collided,” the spokeswoman said. “The rider and pillion passenger of the auxiliary cycle a 34-year-old Devonshire man and a 31-year-old Devonshire woman as well as the rider of the motorcycle, a 60-year-old Pembroke man were injured.” All three were taken to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital for treatment to their injuries. The cycle’s pillion passenger was treated for relatively minor injuries and released after a brief period, but the other two individuals involved yesterday remained in hospital yesterday on the general wards in stable condition. Also on Monday, officers arrested a 46-year-old Warwick woman following a collision in Warwick. At around 9.05pm, police responded to a reported collision on Keith Hall Road between a car and a stationary garbage truck. After speaking to the driver of the car, officers arrested the woman on suspicion of driving while impaired, detaining her in police custody.