Driver injured after accident on Coast road

first_img SharePrint Credit: MRTUCredit: MRTU A 29 year old male driver is receiving medical attention after he plowed his car into a traffic signpost on the Coast Road of Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq (close to the locality of Naxxar), early today.A police spokesperson told that the male originally from Msida, was driving a white Renault Laguna.It is understood that the driver had originally refused medical attention but that police later called an ambulance on his request.The driver is currently in hospital receiving medical attention but there is not yet any information on their condition.Maltese Roads and Traffic Updates explains that the incident occurred close to Splash and Fun amusement park. They add that only the car alongwith oil and debris from the crash, are visible. WhatsAppcenter_img <a href=’;cb={random}’ target=’_blank’><img src=’;cb={random}&amp;n=ab2c8853&amp;ct0={clickurl_enc}’ border=’0′ alt=” /></a>last_img read more

Police investigating ownership of plot of land in Qawra

first_imgThe Police are currently investigating on the opwnership of a the piece of land in Qawra near Triq J Quintinus which has been turned into a scrap yard.In 2018, had reported that a number of cars had been abandoned in the field in question. had also spoken to a number of residents in area who explained that the cars had been abandoned on that stretch of land that is usually used as parking area for over 18 months. Thanks to our initiative, the Police had also affixed removal advices on the scraped cars.Recently, had contacted the Police again on the issue who explained that following investigations they found out that the land in question is private property and therefore law could not be enforced before contacting the owner.Meanwhile, the same residents that had spoken to in the past have explained that there are currently eight carcasses that have not only been stripped of their number plates but are also being used by children to play with. One of the carcasses had been left in the allotment for the past two and a half years and is slowly being covered by weeds.WhatsApp <a href=’” alt=”last_img” /> read more