Driver badly injured in single-car smash

| 14/08/2023 | 23 Comments
Scene of the crash early Monday morning

(CNS): The driver of a black Chevrolet Trax is currently in hospital with serious injuries following a collision with a traffic light pole at the junction of North Sound Road and Shedden Road. At around 2:00am Monday, emergency services were called to the scene of the crash, where people at the location had removed the injured driver from the SUV, which had been travelling south before it hit the pole.

The man was taken to the Cayman Islands Hospital by ambulance, where he is in a stable but serious condition.

The crash is currently under investigation by the Traffic and Roads Policing Unit. Anyone who may have witnessed it or may have any other information is asked to contact 649-6254.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I saw a woman in a newish Honda B-RV.

    She drives around with the seatbelt routed around the back of the seat.

    This is far from an exception, but seriously.
    1. You see multiple crashes first hand on these roads.
    2. You see multiple crashes in the local press.
    3. You actively seek to defeat systems in place that manufacturers have spent millions of dollars on to help keep you safe.

    Humans are the stupidest of all animals. No competition. Even lemmings are smarter.

    • Anonymous says:

      How do all these cars end up on their roofs? I live where there is snow 5 months a year and heavy city traffic and we don’t have cars ending up on their roofs!

  2. Anonymous says:

    is just the Jaymanian way!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Why do police never do road checks or speed traps during the times when people die on the roads? Ridiculous. For the cops who don’t know that’s between 12am and 6am, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday.
    Instead they catch commuters on the way to and from work where accidents don’t happen like in the school zone in Savanah…I have never seen a kid on the road in that area as they are all driven or bused to school. I haven’t seen an accident there either.
    Cops have crime/traffic accident analytics but never seem to use them to do appropriate proactive policing.

    • Anonymous says:

      Asking the RCIPS to do too much. Really just need a revamp on ALL officers in all levels of work. And need proper training. The officers need to be law-abiding citizens before they can go and dictate what other people should be doing.

      • Anonymous says:

        Probably shouldn’t be recruiting half the clowns they do recruit. Can’t make a silk purse out of a sow’s ear.

    • Anonymous says:

      Ya but on the other hand, if the cops do road blocks to check for drunk drivers, people complain “They are stopping my freedom of movement’, but if they don’t do them, then the Police are slacking.

      As for school zones, it’s like 100 feet of road. What the problem? Slow down by the schools for about 5 seconds of your commute. How hard is that?

    • Anonymous says:

      They na ga do speed checks where it matters because then they’d have to stand in the sun instead of conveniently hidden in the shade of trees along a 40 mph zoned highway that literally 98% of vehicles do 55 on anyway.

      Who wants to actively hunt for fish when you can shoot them in a barrel? Some of these traffic like the infamous batman act like they getting a cut.

    • Anonymous says:

      I can assure you that the Savannah school zone is an accident blackspot. I’ve personally attended at least 5 accidents there as a first responder.

      The point about children not being around is true, but this place needs several traffic units in operation 24/7. Those traffic cars should always be on the road, one in each district as a minimum.

  4. Anonymous says:

    luckily no innocent 3rd party was hurt/killed

  5. Anonymous says:

    What does that white round sign with 35 on it mean?

  6. Anonymous says:

    it was after 10:00pm, why didn’t the driver give Wayne a call ?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Them damned light poles. When will RCIPS get them under control?

  8. Anonymous says:

    Probably working late at the office. Nothing to see here.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Most drivers never seem to have had an issue with that pole.
    Now then, given the time of the morning & circumstances, one would assume a toxicology test has been done on the driver?

  10. Anonymous says:

    Why do Caymanian vehicles flip upside down so much?

  11. Anonymous says:

    The drivers here are absolutely insane. never a cop on the road. pray for our kids and family when driving here.


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