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Motor scooter & car involved in accident @ Wickham's cay II

The scene of the accident at Wickham's Cay II today, May 26, 2016. Photo: Team of Reporters
WICKHAM'S CAY II- Traffic was reduced to a trickle for over an hour following an accident involving a motor scooter and a car at Wickham's Cay II this afternoon, May 26, 2016.

The accident occurred on the eastern carriageway a short distance near the traffic lights some time around 6pm.

There were no reports of serious injuries. The car involved was a rental.

Police were still on the scene conducting investigations at the time of publication.

13 Responses to “Motor scooter & car involved in accident @ Wickham's cay II”

  • See (26/05/2016, 21:22) Like (10) Dislike (2) Reply
    Dem scooter Mon think dem is steel. And could bend and fold out .
    • pv (26/05/2016, 22:23) Like (3) Dislike (1) Reply
      trying to do any thing about these scooters is just a urination in the wind
    • skin & bones (27/05/2016, 13:10) Like (2) Dislike (0) Reply
      Sometimes I really wonder about some of these scooter can see them bopping and weaving out of traffic. I've even noticed a noisy arse DIRT BIKE being ridden up and down Huntum's Ghut and also in Road Town, I really don't understand why these rides like LOUD NOISY they consider the community members who are trying to live peacefully in their homes???
    • Peter (28/05/2016, 16:55) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      They might be mistaken.
  • the rock (26/05/2016, 21:28) Like (0) Dislike (2) Reply
    there was another one around 730pm down by the 7th day adventist church slaney hill this evening also!
  • Smile (26/05/2016, 22:15) Like (3) Dislike (2) Reply
    This is crazy somebody should do something about these scooters
  • scooter man (27/05/2016, 07:10) Like (7) Dislike (4) Reply
    Why do you people always saying the scooter riders are wrong some of these riders do adhere to the laws but ain't all of them is at fault when there's an accident
    • @scooter man (28/05/2016, 00:35) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
      My dear I can count on one hand the number of scooter riders I have seen "adhering to the laws of the road". The majority are not... it's already treacherous on these streets with ppl who can't manage vehicles with 4 wheels. What careless scooter/bike riders don't understand is that WE CANNOT SEE THEM until they are along side us, infront of us or directly behind in the rear view mirror. That's why it's extremely dangerous to bob and weave. One wrong turn by someone in a vehicle can cause you your life. I was almost run over by two bike riders TONIGHT.... came out of nowhere from the opposite direction. I had to swerve to keep from hitting them both.
  • THINK! (27/05/2016, 08:45) Like (9) Dislike (1) Reply
    They think the white line is their lane. They never get a ticket for this behavior so it continues. Not to mention no helmets and no license plates on many occasions.
  • GixxerJay (27/05/2016, 10:21) Like (1) Dislike (1) Reply
    Why is this news?
  • another one bites the dust (27/05/2016, 14:53) Like (0) Dislike (0) Reply
    What is it? I am honestly yet to see a youth scooter driver wearing a helmet and driving carefully

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