Police have arrested the driver of the vehicle involved in Monday’s (28 May) collision that claimed the life of Bodden Town resident Carlton William Farrell.
In a brief media statement, this morning (31 May) police said a 42-year-old driver of George Town was arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving for the incident.
He has since been released on bail.
Today police also confirmed Mr. Farrell’s death and said the matter remains an open investigation.
Mr. Farrell, 68 of Bodden Town, succumbed to his injuries last evening (30 May.)
He was fatally injured in a collision Monday morning near his home on Shamrock Road, Bodden Town.
Mr. Farrell worked in tourism as an ambassador for the Cayman Islands. A statement from his family, issued prior to his passing, stated that he was “a kind and thoughtful person, who has always been devoted to his family and who served in tourism as an ambassador for our Islands – first as a long-time airline employee and then as a tour guide at Pedro St. James – originally built by his forebearers.”
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