Non-Life Threatening Injuries for Two Riders Hurt in Crow Lane Collision

Thu, 2024-02-01

Two riders hurt in a collision along Crow Lane, Pembroke Wednesday afternoon received non-life threatening injuries.

It now appears that the two vehicle collision occurred around 1:15pm Wednesday, 31st January 2024, when a motorcyclist travelling along Crow Lane leaving the City of Hamilton and the rider of a 50cc scooter, travelling in the opposite direction along Crow Lane, collided at the junction with Spurling Hill, as the scooter rider attempted to turn up Spurling Hill.

Bermuda Police Service (BPS), Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service, as well as ambulance personnel, responded.

It is understood that the 17-year-old local male 50cc scooter rider was treated at the scene for non-life threatening leg injuries, while the motorcyclist, said to be a 43-year-old Pembroke man, apparently sustained injuries to his face, hands and legs.

The motorcyclist was transported to King Edward VII Memorial Hospital via ambulance for treatment and later discharged.

Inquiries continue and any witnesses that have not already come forward are encouraged to contact Acting Sergeant Jordan Basden on 211, e-mail, speak with a police officer they know, or provide any relevant information via the BPS online community reporting portal at