ST CATHERINE, Jamaica -- An unidentified man believed to be in his fifties, died as a result of injuries he received in a motor vehicle accident on the Old Harbour Road in St Catherine Tuesday night.
Reports from the Spanish Town police are that the man was walking along the roadway at about 8:45 pm when he was allegedl ...more »
NATIONWIDE News Network staged its second 5K walk in Kingston yesterday morning, attracting 135 competitors in an event that the Cliff Hughes-owned radio station intends to repeat in its drive to promote healthy living.
Owen Greaves, who said he ran from downtown Kingston to Nationwide's broadcast house on Mannings Hill Road in time to compete in the event that started at 6:10 am, came in first and was presented with a trophy. Greaves completed the 5K in approximately 35 minutes. Here are some scenes from the event that left competitors refreshed.
Competitors in the Nationwide 5K get going on the route from the radio station’s broadcast house on Mannings Hill Road yesterday morning.
An easy walk it was for
Aubyn Hill is fitted with his race number.
Journalist and Nationwide This Morning co-host Emily Crooks (second right)
keeps apace with other competitors.
Opposition politician St Aubyn Bartlett
seems to be enjoying the walk.
Political rivals Energy Minister Phillip
Paul (right) and Opposition Senator Dr
Christopher Tufton wish each other
luck before the start of the event.
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