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Police have confirmed that a 63-year-old man from Bodden Town was killed when his car and a dump truck collided this morning.
Traffic is being diverted on Bodden Town Road, near Governor Russell Beach, following a serious two-vehicle collision between a car and a dump truck.
Police have warned a 19-year-old driver that they intend to prosecute him after he crashed his car into a wall in West Bay early on Sunday morning while fleeing from a police checkpoint.
A motorcycle rider was seriously injured when his bike collided with an SUV driven by an off-duty police officer on Saturday evening.
Police are at the scene of a car collision on Shamrock Road.
Police arrested a 31-year-old man for DUI on Friday night after his grey Porsche SUV crashed into a building at the airport.
Speed cameras could be on the horizon as police seek to get to grips with bad and dangerous driving on Cayman’s roads.
A driver suffered serious injuries when the car he was driving hit a tree on South Church Street late Wednesday night.
A male cyclist was struck by a vehicle and killed on North Church Street early Monday morning.
One person died and two people were hospitalized following a single-car accident in North Side just before 8 p.m. Sunday.
Burglaries at homes and businesses rose nearly 20 percent last year while attempted break-ins went up more than 30 percent, according to new statistics released by Cayman police.
Editorial writer Jennifer Hemmingsen talks about the things that go "bump" in the day ... and night ... well, really, at any time, wherever there is a road nearby. (We're referring to Grand Cayman's scourge of automobile accidents.)
An elderly taxi driver was charged Friday in connection with a deadly crash at Owen Roberts International Airport that occurred in July.
Public safety officials restricted traffic on the Esterley Tibbetts Highway due to a single-car accident that occurred just before 10 p.m. Wednesday.
Two vehicles collided on Town Hall Road, West Bay, between Farrington Lane and Boltins Avenue.
A motorcycle rider died Sunday morning after his vehicle and a truck collided in East End.
Crewe Road was temporarily closed Friday night after two vehicles collided.
Nothing we do can go back to prevent the horrible accident that cut short a life, or any past accident that has resulted in death or serious injury, but we can resolve to do better moving forward.
Two people were injured in a car accident on Shamrock Road in the early hours of Saturday.
A 69-year-old cyclist was injured in a hit-and-run collision early Saturday morning in George Town.
Birch Tree Hill Road has been closed due to a "serious motor vehicle collision" that occurred this 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.
Two men were hospitalized in critical condition Thursday evening after a one-car accident on Shamrock Road near Spotts Dock.
Police are appealing to the driver of a car involved in an accident in which a pedestrian was knocked down on Shamrock Road, near Ocean Club, to come forward.
Motorists along Shamrock Road near the Ocean Club condos found themselves off-roading Wednesday around lunchtime.
Following a serious accident early Wednesday morning, the southern portion of West Bay Road is now open to traffic but remains partially blocked.
Four people were hospitalized after an early Saturday morning crash in central George Town.
A 30-year-old East End man died after the car he was driving struck a CUC pole near East End Blow Holes late Friday night.
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Cayman Rehab has added physiotherapist Stephen Corridan to its growing team.
A Cuban national applying for naturalization was found guilty of fraud on the government by offering a bribe to a civil servant.
Fitzroy Marvin Roach pleaded guilty Friday to causing the death of Beverley Elaine Ramsay by careless driving on Oct. 16, 2012.
A 23-year-old woman was killed in a traffic accident in North Side in the early hours of Wednesday.
The mother of a British dive industry worker said she was “devastated but relieved” following a coroner’s verdict that her daughter died as a result of a failed surgical procedure at the Cayman Islands Hospital.
A man who admitted robbing his friend because he claimed he owed him money for drugs received a two-year sentence, suspended for two years.
Sentencing has been adjourned for Richard Stein, who pleaded guilty to navigating the Flying Scotsman is such a manner as to cause damage to another vessel.
Mark Anthony Seymour is sentenced to 27 months’ imprisonment for three charges of threats to kill, but he will also be serving concurrent sentences for 41 other convictions.
Five people were injured, including three children, in a traffic accident on Crewe Road on Sunday afternoon.
Writer says there seems to be a shortage of police officers to discharge traffic-related duties.
The recent dearth of traffic enforcement officers in the RCIPS is noted by lawmakers.
Charges are filed against the Immigration Department's top enforcement officer.
After making a false claim to her insurance company, Cherry Scott-Fedricks received a suspended sentence, community service and a compensation order for $5,460.
An addict who fought his addiction successfully for 10 months was sentenced to two years imprisonment for a residential burglary and another six months for non-residential burglaries, with concurrent sentences for other offending.
Charlton Bengar Ebanks, 22, was sentenced to three years imprisonment after pleading guilty to seven burglaries.
Cayman's average accident rate hit its highest point in five years last year.
A Coroner's Jury ruled that Reuben Forbes, 20, died by misadventure after his truck left the road and hit a boulder.
Almost a quarter of the respondents to last week’s caycompass.com online poll who live in the Cayman Islands say they have been involved in at least one traffic accident in the past five years.
The Cayman Islands will join nations around the world on Sunday to recognise a World Day of Remembrance for all Victims of Road Traffic Accidents.