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Motorcyclist dies in Clarendon crash

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

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CLARENDON, Jamaica — Investigators assigned to the Clarendon Police Division are questioning the circumstances surrounding the fatal collision that claimed the life of a man on the Dam main road yesterday.

Dead is 55-year-old Winston Pinnock of Reckford district, Clarendon.

Reports from the Crofts Hill police are that about 5:30 pm, Pinnock was driving an Eagle motorcycle along the main road which collided with a Mazda station wagon.

He was reportedly thrown from the motorcycle and later taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead. The other driver was treated and released. Investigations are ongoing.


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