Police appeal for witnesses in fatal Brac smash

| 01/03/2018 | 6 Comments

(CNS): Officers investigating a fatal crash late on Tuesday night on Cayman Brac are appealing for witnesses to come forward. Sharon Gayle-Clarke,  was killed at the scene and anyone who may have seen anything related to the collision of a Toyota RAV4 and a Honda Integra around 11pm on Bight Road near Tibbett’s Turn is asked to call PC Indrani Tahal or her colleagues at the Brac Police Station at 948-0331 or 926-0635. The victim, who worked as a nurse on the island, was the second person to die on Cayman’s roads so far this year.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    If a parent truly loved their child, they would lead by example and teach them how to be responsible for their actions and suffer the consequences, instead of making it possible for the problems to continue. Since they have been allowed to get away with all these crimes and parents have helped facilitate for so long, it is now getting out of control. That’s what I hate!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Another tragic road fatality, So many caused by speed and/or DUI.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I would hope that they did an alcohol test on the other driver. But as we know how that goes in the Brac all depends on who you fah.

    • Anonymous says:

      Please stop making these bad comments!
      How would you feel if it was your family that people were talking about?

      • Anonymous says:

        Family that covers and allows harmful criminal activity to continue is a threat to all of us. They have aided, contributed to and share responsibility for this tragic loss of life. The family that covers is also responsible for property loss by theft to others that just doesn’t stop until family stops covering. When will RCIPS and Justice system stand up for the good people and do the right job. How many more will have to die.

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