Three men killed as car crashes in Cement Company gate

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Three men killed as car crashes in Cement Company gate

Thursday, February 27, 2020

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KINGSTON, Jamaica—Three men died as a result of injuries they received in a motor vehicle collision on the Sir Florizel Glasspole Highway in Kingston 17 early this morning , February 27.

Deceased are 20-year-old Devaughn Cunningham of Tryall Gardens, St James;23-year-old Lemaro Cole of Orange Hill, St Ann, and 22-year-old Romario Nedricks of Cornwall Court, St James.

Reports from the Rockfort Police are that the three men were travelling in a Toyota Premio motorcar towards downtown, Kingston about 2:00 am when the driver allegedly lost control of the vehicle and collided into the gate of the Carib Cement packaging plant, injuring a security guard who was on duty there.

They were taken to hospital where the three occupants of the vehicle were pronounced dead while the security guard was admitted for treatment.


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