JAA takes road safety rally to the streets

Sunday, June 29, 2014    

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Police constable Duvane Connage gives early lessons on road safety to one-year-old Jahlil Frith before the start of the Jamaica Automobile Association's Road Safety Rally on Constant Spring Road, St Andrew yesterday.

Members of the Jamaica Combined Cadet Corps marching band perform.

Jamaica Automobile Association and Jamaica National Foundation volunteers march along Constant Spring Road with placards promoting road safety.

Chairman of the Jamaica Automobile Association and General Manager of Jamaica National Earl Jarrett raps with volunteers.

Earl Jarrett (centre), the Jamaica Automobile Association (JAA) chairman, sticks with the cadets in leading with a familiar safety sign at the start of the rally.






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