Police at scene of traffic accident in Breakers

| 25/01/2019 | 5 Comments

Cayman News Service(CNS): Police were at the scene of yet another single-vehicle crash on Grand Cayman’s roads Friday morning. This time it was in the Breakers area of Bodden Town Road; one person is in hospital and drivers were urged to drive with caution in the area. This crash follows another major collision on Shamrock Road near Spotts Beach on Thursday afternoon just ahead of the rush hour. No one was injured, but the two SUVs involved were wrecked and had to be towed from the location, which blocked the eastbound lane and caused traffic delays and diversions for drivers heading home to the Eastern Districts.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    The reckless driving that abounds on this island makes it a miracle that the number of fatal accidents is not much higher. The civility that once graced our roads is largely a thing of the past replaced with road rage. Examples are unnecessary as you all have seen reckless driving. It is really tragic because driving injuries and deaths are such a waste.

    • Bishop Nicholas Sykes says:

      One way to have a longterm approach to this : make everyone who receives or renews their Driver’s Licence pledge to obey the road code. To receive the privilege of driving legally on the road must be linked with acknowledged responsibility
      Bishop Nicholas Sykes

      • Anonymous says:

        Lol! You are so hilarious! You think people saying they will do something automatically means they will stick to their word? Heard of catholic priests?

      • Anonymous says:

        What a stupid idea. Do you really think that a ‘pledge to obey the road code’ would work, or do you think that we should do what every other developed country does and actually enforce the road code with proactive policing and effective deterrents?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Single vehicle crash. A euphemism for stupid.

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