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A two-car collision on Saturday claimed the life of at least one person and sent another four to Cayman Islands Hospital, according to an RCIPS statement.
Two men remain hospitalised Saturday following a single vehicle collision in North Side Friday night.
An early morning collision has left one person dead and four others in critical condition at Cayman Islands Hospital.
One man has been hospitalized after sustaining serious injuries in an early morning collision on Saturday in George Town.
One person has died from a Sunday night collision involving a motorcycle and car.
A driver has been critically injured in a single-vehicle collision in the early hours of Saturday morning, police have confirmed.
The road to East End is closed in both directions this morning following a fatal single-vehicle accident on Seaview Road near the blowholes.
Two people were sent to hospital, one with life-threatening injuries, after a dump truck and pickup truck collided in Prospect. Police say the accident happened...
Two people are in the hospital with serious injuries following an early morning head-on collision. Police say the accident occurred shortly after 7am today, 6...
A group of Cuban refugees rescued a man from his burning vehicle and averted tragedy after the car crashed Sunday evening, trapping the driver.
A man was seriously injured in a three-vehicle crash on Shamrock Road on Saturday night.
West-bound traffic on the East-West Arterial in Prospect was delayed about 11am Wednesday morning when Louis Rivers said he got distracted and “faded” off the road into a street lamp.
A woman and a man in their mid-20s were killed in an early morning crash Saturday on Sea View Road near the Blowholes at High Rock Drive in East End.
A 25-year-old man was arrested Monday on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after his car crashed into a wall in Bodden Town early Sunday morning.
A 25-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after his passenger died from injuries sustained in a collision in Bodden Town early Sunday morning.
Ten people were injured when two vehicles collided on Linford Pierson Highway Saturday. A Cheverolet Equinox and a Chevrolet Suburban, both SUVs, were involved in the accident close to the Cayman Equestrian Centre around 1pm.
A section of Shamrock Road was closed on Tuesday following an accident in which seven people were injured.
Just about 11:20pm Wednesday, 24 July, police attended a report of a motor vehicle collision that took place on Crewe Road, George Town, between Clarence Drive and Belmont Close.
A driver suffered serious injuries when the car he was driving hit a tree on South Church Street late Wednesday night.
A single car accident around 9 p.m. blocked traffic on North Side Road. The driver was said to have come out of the vehicle on his own, but he was taken to hospital by ambulance.
Shortly before 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, police officers responded to a report of a two-vehicle collision which had occurred on Eastern Avenue in the vicinity of Saturn Close.
The northbound lane of North Sound Road was closed for more than four-and-a-half hours on Thursday morning following a two-car collision in which one person was seriously injured.
Between Christmas Eve and Thursday afternoon, police received reports of 32 motor vehicle collisions across all three islands, with 20 of these occurring in the district of George Town.
One man has died following a single-car accident in North Side Thursday evening, Royal Cayman Islands Police Service said in a statement.
Police are investigating two car crashes in which people were injured Tuesday. Three vehicles were involved in one of the crashes, which occurred on Owen Roberts Drive.
An inquest into four deaths began on Tuesday, with a Coroner’s Jury hearing evidence that excessive speed caused a collision in which three tourists and one resident were killed in East End last year.
Officials must do everything in their power to get drivers who cannot drive, or do drive, but drunk or recklessly, off Cayman’s roadways.
A Jeep overturned Monday when another vehicle collided with it at the exit to the three-lane roundabout outside Camana Bay.
Three serious weekend car collisions, including one that left two people hospitalized and in critical condition Saturday morning, put an emphatic point on the perilous conditions of Cayman’s roads so far this year.
A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle and critically injured Monday morning on Shamrock Road in the Savannah area of Bodden Town.
Five vehicles collided Wednesday afternoon on the eastbound lanes of Shamrock Road, near the Savannah Primary School.
This Kia Optima collided with a Lexus GS 350 shortly after 7:30 p.m. Monday night on Crewe Road, along the end of the Owen Roberts International Airport runway, blocking much of the roadway and snarling traffic.
Two passengers pulled a critically injured driver from a Honda Accord just before it went up in flames Saturday night along the Esterley Tibbetts Highway, Royal Cayman Islands Police said.
Two young women were injured early Sunday in a one-car crash.
A 31-year-old man was arrested Tuesday in connection with a fatal crash last month in East End.
A review of data provided by the Cayman Islands Royal Police Service shows that in the past three years, reported accidents in the islands have more than doubled.
Anastasia Watson was sentenced on Friday to 12 months immediate custody for causing the death of Kimberly Bush, who was a passenger in the BMW Ms. Watson was driving in the early hours of April 15, 2015.
A man who was critically injured in a Jan. 22 car crash in Newlands is now recovering and is expected to survive the accident, according to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.
No injuries were reported in a Saturday morning crash at King’s roundabout. Police officials said the driver of this Camero lost control on the wet road and crashed into a lamp post.
A motorcyclist received head injuries and broken bones in a collision Sunday night on West Bay Road near Cayman Beach Suites.
West Bay Road has been closed to vehicle traffic near Decker's Grille following a collision between a motorcycle and an SUV. This story will be updated as more details become available.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service recorded at least 20 crashes during the past weekend for the second weekend in a row and at least the fifth time so far this year.
Police arrested a 29-year-old woman from George Town on suspicion of dangerous driving following a motor vehicle collision on Monday morning, Oct. 9.
Two vehicles collided on Town Hall Road in West Bay, between Farrington Lane and Boltins Avenue, shortly after 9 a.m. Monday.
A Public transport bus traveling west from Bodden Town with two passengers on board crashed into a wall on Shamrock Road early Wednesday morning. Police Emergency Services and officers from the Public Transport Unit were on scene assessing the accident which occurred in the vicinity of 2227 Shamrock Road in Savannah.
Three vehicles collided late Sunday in George Town, causing one to flip over and sending two people to the hospital. The crash happened just before 9 p.m. on West Bay Road near the intersection with Lawrence Boulevard at the southern end of the Seven Mile Beach corridor.
Police arrested a driver on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol and resisting arrest following a two-car crash at the traffic light at Eastern Avenue early Sunday morning. The collision was between a Kia Sportage SUV and an Audi A4 car.
Police reported 26 accidents occurring on Cayman Islands roads over the three-day period between Friday and Sunday. The average of between eight and nine accidents per day over the three days is nearly three times the rate vehicle crashes normally occur.
Several serious accidents, including a fatal collision at Owen Roberts International Airport, were reported by the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service between Saturday and Monday. RCIPS Inspector Ian Yearwood described the incidents as “preventable tragedies.”
The May 2 crash in East End that killed three U.K. tourists and a Jamaican man was not the deadliest traffic wreck in Cayman Islands history.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service arrested a suspect Friday in connection with what it termed a “criminal attack” against one of its officers’ personal property following last week’s quadruple-fatal two-car smash in East End district.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service arrested a suspect Friday in connection with what it termed a “criminal attack” against one of its officers’ personal property following last week’s quadruple-fatal, two-car smash in East End district.
Police Commissioner Derek Byrne did not mince words as to his feelings about the “criminal damage” incident targeting the personal vehicle of an East End police officer who was the first to respond to one of the deadliest traffic accidents in Cayman’s history. In brief: The commissioner is livid.
Tragic and sickening to read of the incomprehensible deaths of four people in the East End car crash. If there was alcohol and drugs involved, more the pity.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police officer who initially responded to the scene of Tuesday night’s quadruple-fatal car crash in East End district has been targeted in what department officials described as a “criminal damage” incident.
A speeding car with two passengers, including an 11-year-old boy, riding in its open trunk collided with a rental car in East End Tuesday night, killing four people, three of them elderly tourists from the U.K.
Four people were killed in a two-vehicle collision around 8 p.m. Tuesday evening on Austin Conolly Dr. in East End. The cars collided head-on.
A Kia sedan that crashed through a fence on Shamrock Road on Jan. 8 lay on its side for more than three days before it was removed. Just down the road, an SUV with its front end missing from a crash before Christmas, sat by the roadside for weeks until it was picked up on Jan. 11.
A car flipped over in Bodden Town Sunday morning, leaving the driver needing hospital treatment. The white Kia Optima careered off the road and flipped on its side in grassy wasteland off Shamrock Road.
Three vehicles were involved in a collision Thursday afternoon in George Town that sent one woman to the hospital. As of press time, the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service was still investigating the crash, which happened around 2 p.m. near the junction of Smith and Crewe roads.
A man was receiving medical treatment Monday after he was injured in a single-car collision Friday night. The car he was driving struck a CUC light pole on Shamrock Road near Soto Lane just before 10 p.m., police reported. The driver of the white Kia pickup truck hit the pole while traveling eastbound.
A single-car crash in the early morning hours Tuesday damaged a concrete utility pole and utility workers had to cut power in West Bay for much of the day. Police say the male driver sustained serious injuries in the wreck and emergency workers took him to Cayman Islands Hospital for treatment.
Friends of a grocery store owner who died after driving a car into a canal in Prospect have spoken of their shock at her death. Audrey Nugent, 53, was behind the wheel of a silver BMW when it plunged into the water off Marina Drive on Monday morning.
Six people, including three children, were hospitalized early Tuesday after a three-vehicle crash on South Sound Road during the morning rush-hour. The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service reports that a Toyota truck, a Kia sport utility vehicle and a BMW collided near the entrance to The Chimes condominiums around 7:30 a.m.
One person was hospitalized after her Suzuki Swift was involved in a collision with a Ford Escape Sunday evening.
A 28-year-old man was killed when his silver Mazda Roadster swerved off the road and collided with a chain link fence in the early hours of Sunday. Michael Eden was pronounced dead at the Cayman Islands Hospital following the crash in George Town, close to the Pasadora Place shopping plaza just after 4 a.m.
A car involved in a two-car collision on early Saturday was being chased by police after failing to stop at a traffic checkpoint, police said. The crash, which left five people injured, including two who were hospitalized, resulted in one of the vehicles bursting into flames.
Police are investigating after a female pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle during yesterday evening's rush hour.
An inquest into the death of Daniel Mitchell Grant, 21, revealed that he was traveling over 88 mph in a 25 mph zone on West Bay Road on the evening of July 29, 2014, when his motorcycle was struck by a Honda CR-V.
A 30-year-old man was killed after his car collided with an electricity pole near the Blow Holes in East End late Friday.
An elderly driver died in Cayman Brac on Wednesday morning after losing control of her car.