Man dies in West End
A 41-year-old man found in an unresponsive state in the West End this morning has died.
A spokesman for the Bermuda Police Service said that foul play is not suspected.
He said the victim was found in his home on Malabar Close, Sandys, at about 11.15am.
He was pronounced dead a short time after by an on-call physician.
Additional information will not be provided until next of kin are notified.
Staff at cleaning firm ‘not paid for months’
Cannonier calls out DeSilva over Port Royal
Charity founder banned for impaired driving
No Wonder: star reveals backing band dispute
Seniors complain about new ID card charge
Asbestos concerns at Clearwater
Life adventures from modelling to wooing Ali
Charles Smith (1932-2019)
Two thirds of homes bought with cash
Abandoned car drives residents mad
City bistro aims to be an ‘everybody place’
Buju falls in love with Bermuda
Spectacular waterspout hits North Shore
BIF capital available for private projects
Young Achiever: Conor on his way to King’s
Trainee doctor wins scholarship
Take Our Poll
- "What is the most significant reason for Bermuda residents choosing to leave the island?"
- Too small
- Different way of life
- Cost of living
- Gang activity and general crime
- Jobs/professional advancement
- Attitudes towards gays
- Total Votes: 5235
- Poll Archive