Police Investigating Fatal Collision In Jamaica

February 6, 2019

A 54-year-old, reportedly having a “Bermuda address”, was allegedly involved in a fatal collision in which two people died in Jamaica, according to a report by Loop Jamaica.

The report said, “Two pedestrians died as a result of injuries they sustained when they were mowed down by a motorcar along a main road in St James on Saturday night.

The report said a “54-year-old painter of a Bermuda address was travelling from the direction of Falmouth towards Montego Bay” when he allegedly “lost control of the motorcar he was driving, which drifted onto the soft shoulder where Daley and Brown were standing, hitting them in the process.”

“The police were called and on their arrival, Daley and Brown were seen lying along the side of the road, both suffering from multiple injuries. They were taken to the Cornwall Regional Hospital, where they were pronounced dead on arrival.

“The Bermudian national was assisted to the Falmouth Hospital, where he was treated. The police are investigating the incident.”

In response to our queries, a Bermuda police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service is aware of this tragic incident in Jamaica and is currently liaising with the Jamaica Constabulary Force.”

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