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From the UK Daily Mail:

  • Motorcycle in Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's convoy was involved in a collision at 12.50pm on Monday
  • An 83-year-old grandmother remains in a 'serious but stable' condition in a London hospital after the crash
  • It happened on Upper Richmond Road, south west London, as convoy escorted Duke and Duchess to Windsor
  • William and Kate were travelling to join the Queen for the Order of the Garter ceremony at Windsor Castle
  • A spokesman for the royal couple told the Mail they were ‘deeply concerned and saddened’ and had been in touch with the victim’s family. Flowers have been sent

A grandmother is seriously ill in hospital following an accident involving Prince William’s official convoy. Police watchdogs are investigating the incident – the fourth involving a royal in just seven months. William and his wife Kate were leaving London to take part in a ceremony at Windsor Castle when Monday’s accident happened.

It is believed it involved one of the advance party of police motorcycle outriders who hold back traffic. It is not clear whether the victim – named by neighbours as Irene Mayor, 83 – was struck, or fell. ‘There was a massive police presence around the crash,’ said Simon Banks, who lives near Mrs Mayor.

‘A lady was on the ground being attended to by the paramedics and a police motorcycle was lying on its side on the road nearby.’ A spokesman for the royal couple told the Mail they were ‘deeply concerned and saddened’ and had been in touch with the victim’s family. Flowers have been sent. 

Full story HERE

Posted On Wednesday, 19 June 2019 00:21

From the UK Daily Mail:

  •  WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
  • The unidentified man set himself on fire on Wednesday on the Ellipse park in downtown Washington D.C. 
  • Video of the incident showed the man walking calmly across the Ellipse near the Washington Mall, an area popular with tourists, with flames covering his body 
  • Several seconds later, U.S. Secret Service staff could be seen towards him with a fire extinguisher to put out the blaze 
  • The man is said to have suffered burns to 85 percent of his body and was transported to hospital with 'life threatening injuries' 
  • There have been several security incidents at the White House in recent years
Posted On Thursday, 30 May 2019 10:14

From the Royal Gazette:

A thief stole a Dunkley’s Dairy truck from Hamilton this afternoon - but the stolen vehicle was recovered about three hours later. Michael Dunkley, owner of the business and a former One Bermuda Alliance premier, said the management team at the dairy told him the truck had been taken at about 2pm.

Story HERE

Posted On Monday, 27 May 2019 23:53

From the Royal Gazette:

Kevin Robinson, from Hamilton Parish, was charged with trespass at Belvin’s Variety Store in Smith’s and the theft of $150.

More HERE

Posted On Saturday, 25 May 2019 17:24

From the Royal Gazette:

A 24-year-old man was charged in Magistrates’ Court today with possession of an 8-inch pocket knife in a public place.

Full story HERE

Posted On Thursday, 23 May 2019 16:07
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