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Crash victim stable in hospital

Trucks from Dunkley’s Dairy and Bermuda Forwarders crashed on North Shore Road, Flatts (Photograph supplied)

A man injured in a crash involving two trucks on Friday morning was in a stable condition in hospital today.

The 33-year-old, who suffered leg and shoulder injuries, was a passenger in one of the trucks.

A police spokesman said: “It now appears that the trucks were being driven in opposite directions along North Shore Road at the time.”

Witnesses are urged to call Constable Che Young at 295-0011.

The spokesman also said that a 19-year-old arrested in connection with a separate collision on Friday has been released on bail.

The teenager was being chased by police when he allegedly turned up Stowe Hill in Paget — travelling the wrong way on the one way road — and collided with a motorcycle and a car.

A 40-year-old Devonshire man and his female pillion passenger, a 34-year old St George’s woman, have both been treated and discharged from hospital.

The car driver, a 75-year-old Pembroke man, was not hurt.

Any witnesses to that collision are should call Acting Sergeant Melvin Best at 717-2385.