Road blocked by collision during commuter hour

| 11/01/2017 | 11 Comments

(CNS): Officers from the RCIPS Traffic Management Unit were out on the roads again this morning dealing with another traffic collision. At around 8:15am a brown Honda CRV and a Ford Explorer crashed near to the Southern Skies Apartments along South Sound Road. Although no one involved in the smash was injured, the collision caused a blockage along the road for some time after the accident during the busy morning commute into George Town.

The road has since been cleared and traffic is moving freely once again, police said.


Category: Local News

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  1. One Stop Drivaa says:

    97.6% of traffic accidents here are caused by idiots stopping to let people out.

  2. Anonymous says:

    What really grind my gears is that there was no indication that the road was closed at the entrance of south sound so you had to wait in traffic only to find out that you had to turn around on a side note I stopped at burger king and blamed my lateness on the accident

  3. Anonymous says:

    There are now more and more (cheaper) cars on island due to the lower inspection standards as a result of outsourcing the inspection function. Everyone knows where to go to get their car passed even if its not roadworthy and spewing black smoke.

  4. Anonymous says:

    too many people on this island now and don’t know how to drive

    • Eat your heart out says:

      Yeh! Especially Caymanians

    • Anonymous says:

      U 2?

    • Anonymous says:

      Agree…..I will never understand why 90% of drivers have no clue what their car indicators are there for. They switch from lane to lane with no indication or warning….just pull out in front of you nearly within centimeters of knocking your front end off….drives me mad…

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