Pedestrian hit on Shamrock Road dies in hospital

| 31/05/2018 | 26 Comments
Cayman News Service

Carlton Farrell (right) with a tourist at Pedro Castle

(CNS): Police have confirmed that Carlton William Farrell (68) of Bodden Town, who was critically injured when he was hit by a car on Shamrock Road Monday, has died as a result of those injuries. Farrell, who was knocked down by a white car in the Lower Valley area as he crossed the road, died at the George Town hospital yesterday evening.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Well said Wanda, thanks for pointing out this man’s value to your life. Goodness awaits the meek.

  2. Anonymous says:

    May your gentle soul Rest In Peace Carol, say hello to the Doc for us

  3. annonymous says:

    It doesn’t mean that you have to drive the maximum speed limit. the speed limit is set as a guideline and you can drive anywhere between 0 and the maximum set speed.

  4. GD says:

    I knew Carlton when I worked at one of the local banks. He was a quiet, humble and thoughtful person. Very sad news and he’ll be missed.
    Gary

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  5. Anonymous says:

    RIP Mr. Farrell
    You were always so kind and pleasant. Condolences to his family. 🙁 truly a nice man

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  6. Anonymous says:

    Such sad news – Carl was a delightful man – RIP

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  7. Anonymous says:

    RIP Carl.

    An airport colleague

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  8. Anonymous says:

    RCIPS: Can we have some more details regarding the accident please?

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    • Anonymous says:

      No. Find something productive to do.

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    • Spokentruth says:

      You want details like you are the judge and jury in the case, even before you can extend condolences to the decease’s grieving family and friends….you are flipping newsmonger without a conscience or heart! RIP Mr. Carl….my deepest condolences to the family and friends.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Details.??

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    • EFH says:

      your asking for details, like seriously he lost his life.

      extending condolences to the family would be nice instead your worried on how it happen.

      find something better to do with your comments

      UGH……………ignorance is never too far

  9. BTR says:

    I wonder if this is the elderly man that I used to see walking on the road in that area. I always wondered if it was safe for this man to be on the road alone. A very sad situation. RIP sir and my condolences to his family.

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    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, this is the same man. I came upon him the week before, had to brake hard and I was NOT driving beyond the speed limit. I too wondered about his safety because he seemed quite shaky on his feet. He was a very nice gentleman.

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      • Anonymous says:

        Just below where he was hit there is a road sign…REDUCE SPEED NOW!!!! But drivers seem to speed up!
        They always seemed to be in a hurry, driving fast and overtaking other cars….. for what? In hurry to get in acccident and cause someone to lose their life.

        To the males you don’t look Macho driving fast you look like so ignorant…which is what you proving…..because . people with good manners and upbringing don’t act like these idiots.
        Lastly, you do not own the roads. So slow down!!!!

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        • Anonymous says:

          To be fair, I see plenty of women speeding too

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            True . Some of females drive like the male drivers.
            Be a lady at least behind the wheel. Be a good example to your kids if you are a parent. And to your fellow road users. dd
            A vehicle is is like guided missed.

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        • Anonymous says:

          There’s a difference between driving fast and doing the speed limit. Most people seem to drive like snails around here. If it says 30 go 30 it’s not that hard people. 30 mph is hardly break neck speed.

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  10. Speak before you think says:

    Truly breaks my heart.

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  11. Anonymous says:

    ahh boyy, rip old fella.

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  12. Anonymous says:

    Rip. You were wonderful to work with when we went to Memphis and Detroit to train for NorthWest Airlines. Oh what good times we had.

    Love Always. Wanda

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