Stone damage

Tuesday, December 06, 2011



 

This police service vehicle was among several damaged by stone throwers following Sunday night's Jamaica Labour Party rally in Mandeville, Manchester. Several people were reportedly injured by persons who threw stones at vehicles travelling between Clarendon and St Catherine. The police vehicle was damaged along the Old Harbour leg of Highway 2000.

(Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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1/1/2012 - 7:28 AM
It's really great that ppeole are sharing this information.