Faulty tank removed

On Friday, 2 September, police and fire control responded to a home on Stake Bay Road, Cayman Brac.

The 911 Emergency Communication Centre received a call at 4.18am that propane was leaking from a tank at the location.

The fire control officers found a spare tank that was leaking propane in the garage and nearly all of the propane had leaked out of the spare tank.

It was secured by officers and moved to a clear location.

No one at the home received any injuries during the incident.

Vehicle accident

On Thursday, 1 September, traffic officers responded to a one-vehicle accident on Shamrock Road in the vicinity of Agricola Road, Lower Valley.

The accident happened when the male driver of the vehicle slapped at a wasp that had flown into the car.

He lost control of the vehicle swerved and went over a drop off, grazed a wall and hit a utility pole before coming to rest.

The vehicle received extensive damage.

The matter is under investigation by the Traffic Department.

Public notice

It has once again been brought to the attention of the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service that vehicles are being offered for sale on the grass across from Big Daddy’s on the West Bay Road.

The RCIP would like to inform members of the public that the Crown owns this land.

It is not be used to sell motor vehicles.

Owners of vehicles at that location are advised to move them immediately.

Vehicles that continue to park there will be towed away at a cost to the owner.

For further information contact the Traffic Office on 946-6254

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