UPDATED: Two injured after motorcycles collide in Marisule

By SNO Staff

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(SNO) – Two men sustained injuries when their motorcycles collided in Marisule, Gros Islet on Sunday, August 12, 2018, according to law enforcement sources.

Emergency services responded to the accident, which occurred while the Pinehill walk was underway, at 8:12 a.m.

The injured have been identified as Miguel Eugene, 31, of Monchy, Gros Islet, and Benakim Mathurin, 22, of Dennery.

According to reports, Eugene, who was the rider of motorcycle, registration number PG4930, was on his way to work at a nearby hotel when the accident occurred. He sustained minor injuries.

Mathurin, the other motorcyclist, reportedly sustained more serious injuries, but those injuries are not life-threatening.

Both men were transported by ambulance to Victoria Hospital in stable condition.

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  1. I saw when the guy passed on the bike registration number PG4930 and trust me he passed hard around by Bois D’Orange there now I don’t know but that’s maybe why David called him a Monkey. Because when he passed i was like why would you ride so hard when there were so many people walking on that road taking up one lane and the other was used as a tow way. These young men need to learn to think before they do foolishness especially when there are the lives of others at play other than just theirs. So I’ll agree MONKEYS shouldn’t be riding or driving only men who can think responsibly when their lives and others are at play.

  2. a monkey should not be a jockey on a motorbike. Leave that to men!

    • And An ass like yourself should go hide beneath A rock.Quick to make some sarcastic judgemental statement right?

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