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Friday, Jun 05, 2020

Car crash leaves two 71-year-olds injured

Two senior citizens, a man and a woman, both 71-years-old, had to be extracted out of an overturned car this morning, following a single vehicle collision on Stowe Court in Pembroke.
Police say the accident occurred around 9:10am, when “the driver lost control of the vehicle and collided with a residential wall before going over an embankment and landing in the yard of another private residence”.

Upon arrival, using the jaws of life, fire crews extricated the patients and assessed them for injuries. BFRS then handed the patients over to KEMH personnel whom transported them to KEMH via ambulance. The cause of the accident is under investigation by BPS.

It was reported the a 71-yr-old male driver and his 71-yr-old female passenger were travelling along Stowe Court in a private motorcar, when the driver lost control of the vehicle and collided with a residential wall before going over an embankment and landing in the yard of another private residence.

A team from the Bermuda Fire and Rescue Service had to extract both occupants from the vehicle and they were conveyed to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment of their injuries. The extent of their injuries are not known at this time.
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