More crash witnesses sought

Officers investigating the 11 March collision that has claimed the lives of two young people have identified two more vehicles they would like to trace.

The crash happened around 7.45am on Shamrock Road, in the vicinity of the Sting Ray Brewery.

Police would like to trace the drivers of the following vehicles:

A white Nissan Sunny with rims, which was seen to leave the On The Run gas station just prior to the crash

A silver Ford F150 Single Cab that was heading East along Shamrock Road just before the Honda passed

Wednesday officers appealed for the drivers of three other vehicles to come forward. These were identified through CCTV taken from the gas station.

One of these, the driver of a Toyota Corolla, has identified himself and has given a statement to police.

Officers are still appealing for the other two drivers to come forward. These vehicles are:

A White Toyota Camry

A White Panel van with stripes or markings at wheel height. Either a Hyundai or a Mitsubishi.

The video shows the Honda Integra, which crashed further down the road, overtaking these vehicles at an excessively high rate of speed.

The drivers of these vehicles are asked to contact Sergeant Adrian Barnett of the Traffic Department on 946-6254 or 926-2204.

Two people have died following the crash.

18-year-old Iliana De La Cruz, a passenger in the Honda was pronounced dead on the scene.

Angelo Luciano, 22 of Windsor Park, a Philippines National, had been in the back of the truck when the collision occurred and passed away at The Cayman Islands Hospital 13 March.

The driver of the Honda, a 20-year-old male, sustained serious injuries and has been receiving treatment in Miami where his condition is still said to be critical.

A 34 year-old man who was also in the back of the truck remains in the Cayman Islands hospital recovering from his injuries.

The 36-year-old male driver of the pick-up truck sustained bruising and cuts for which he received treatment at the Cayman Islands Hospital. His 48-year-old passenger was unharmed in the incident.

Comments are closed.