Wounded soldier welcomed home | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News


A soldier who suffered serious injuries after he was hit by a car at a Covid-19 lockdown checkpoint today returned home to a hero’s welcome.Private Ndavyah Williams exited the airport to find soldiers from his A Company of the Royal Bermuda Regiment lined up at attention on both sides of the road outside.Private Williams, 26, said: “I didn’t expect anything this big – it’s very, very heart-warming. I’m lost for words.”The soldier, injured at a checkpoint in Devonshire on June 29, has
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Teddy: storm surge hits south shore | The Royal Gazette:Bermuda News

Bermuda should expect winter storm conditions over the next two days as Hurricane Teddy passes to the east.Winds of more than 20mph are forecast for this afternoon, rising to 40mph by this evening. Sustained winds of 57mph are forecast for early tomorrow, with peak gusts of 75mph lasting until noon.Storm […]