Police arrest driver after four-car pile up in East End

| 20/01/2023 | 13 Comments

(CNS): Police are currently investigating a major collision involving four vehicles on Sea View Road, East End, around 4:15pm Wednesday. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured and only two people were taken to hospital, despite the pile-up. They have since been treated and discharged. Following inquiries, police said that a 30-year-old male driver from George Town has been arrested on suspicion of a number of traffic offences but has since been bailed as the investigation continues.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Speed bumps and speed cameras need to be installed pronto to combat these traffic violators. Surely it must make sense. This will definitely slow down the idiots!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Leaving the east at 5.30am is an absolute race track.
    The ones who drive on the wrong side of the road in order not to queue behind the cars waiting to get out of the end of Frank Sound will soon end up in a head on collision.
    Then the overtaking in Bodden Town when traffic is already nose to tail is insane.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Old Robin Road and Frank Sound by the dock. Set up roadblocks and you wouldn’t have a ticketing fat enough to cope. Unroadworthy vehicles, unlicensed vehicles and drivers, seatbelt/speeding/light infractions…shooting fish in a barrel.

    But this won’t happen.

  4. Anonymous says:

    should have called wayne…

  5. Anonymous says:

    At least we won’t hear about Cayman’s infamous moving electrical poles. I suspect this was a good old fashioned texting and driving offense.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Crazy overthinking is the norm between Everglo and EE/NS.

    It is quite amazing that NRA still allows 50 mph on the now fully developed Frank Sound Rd, including through the CHHS area.

  7. Anonymous says:

    There was a red truck with way too dark of tint this morning speeding and weaving and tailgating from the east all the way toward camana bay, no cops on the road what so ever. The driver could have caused serious injury. Cops need to be on the road 24 7. I either see all of them out or none of them. Get your shit together. Also, if you’re going to radar cars you may want to get another cop radiating the opposite side of the road about 2 miles up because all the cars flash their headlights to warn others and then speed off when out of sight of the cop.


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