Three Hurt After Four Vehicle Collision in Southampton

Around 7pm Tuesday, 25th June 2024, police and emergency medical personnel responded to a reported four vehicle collision on South Road in Southampton, near the junction with Horseshoe Road.

It now appears that a car being driven in the eastbound lane of South Road first collided with a van, being driven in the opposite direction along South Road, then struck two parked cars, located at the side of the road, near the westbound lane.

Both parked cars were unoccupied at the time.

The driver of the eastbound car, said to be a 36-year-old Pembroke man, was injured. Apparently his male passenger was not hurt.

The driver and passenger of the van, said to be a 44-year-old Pembroke woman and a 49-year-old Sandys parish man respectively, were also injured.

At last check, the injuries sustained by all three individuals were not considered life threatening.

Each of the four vehicles involved were damaged and had to be towed away from the scene, with traffic diversions necessary in the area for approximately two hours.

Inquiries are ongoing and any witnesses are encouraged to call 211.

Alternatively, members of the public with relevant information regarding this collision can share what they know through the Bermuda Police Service community reporting portal, or by speaking with a police officer they know.

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