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Curfews imposed in sections of St Andrew

Friday, July 06, 2012 | 3:28 PM    

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A number of curfews have been imposed in sections of the St Andrew North Division. The curfews began yesterday at 6:00 pm and will remain in effect until Saturday, 6:00 pm. The boundaries of the curfews are as follows:

Park Lane

North along Pennant Drive from the intersection with Pennant Terrace to the open lot at #104 Red Hills Road;

East along #104 Red Hills Road using an imaginary line from Pennant Drive to Red Hills Road;

South along Red Hills Road from the intersection with #104 Red Hills Road to the intersection with Pennant Terrace;

West along Pennant Terrace from the intersection with Red Hills Road to the intersection with Pennant Drive.

Donmaire Commons

North along the gully bank from Red Hills Road to Beverly Dale Housing Scheme vicinity football field;

East along Christopher Boulevard from Beverly Dale Housing Scheme vicinity football field to Donmaire Drive;

South along Donmaire Drive from the intersection with Christopher Boulevard to the intersection with Red Hills Road;

West along Red Hills Road from Donmaire Drive to the gully bank.

100 Sunrise

North along Sunrise Crescent from the intersection with #98 Sunrise Crescent to the intersection with Red Hills Road;

East along Red Hills Road from the intersection with Sunrise Crescent to the gully vicinity #105 Red Hills Road;

South along the gully bank from # 105 Red Hills Road to #98 Sunrise Crescent;

West along #98 Sunrise Crescent using an imaginary line from the gully bank to Sunrise Crescent.

During the hours of the curfews all persons within the boundaries are required to remain within their premises unless otherwise authorized in writing by the member of security forces who is in charge of enforcing the curfew.

 

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