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Nine people have been arrested on suspicion of DUI as part of a police initiative launched Friday dubbed 'Operation Quaker'.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has identified Eddie Ray Martin of Cayman Brac as the victim in last week Friday’s fatal accident.
A West Bay man, 38, has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving and driving whilst impaired in connection with a fatal accident on Sunday that claimed the life of a 31-year-old motorcyclist, also of West Bay.
One person has died from a Sunday night collision involving a motorcycle and car.
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...
Police have issued 80 tickets during a week-long traffic operation in West Bay.
Police have named Shayne Anthony Ewart as the person who died in Saturday's early morning crash. It was the first fatal accident of 2021.
Police have launched their annual road safety campaign, which will seek to crack down on drivers who try to run afoul of the law.
Police have confirmed that Jamaican national Paul Andrew Wright was the pedestrian who died from injuries sustained when he was hit by a car last week.
Head of the Traffic and Roads Policing Unit says finding a traffic solution is important, adding that drivers also have to exercise more due care on Cayman's roads.