KINGSTON, Jamaica — A 55-year-old man was chopped to death at his home in Spanish Town, St Catherine on Sunday.
Kenneth Kerr of Nugent Street, died as a result of injuries he received around noon, the Spanish Town Police said.
Information is that Kerr was found in his yard with multiple chop wounds.
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THE community of Portmore and several other areas in St Catherine and the Corporate Area are without water due to repairs being carried out by the National Water Commission (NWC).
The NWC says work on the broken Rio Cobre pipeline is affecting water supply to its customers served by the Tulloch Springs Water Supply System.
Other affected areas include Kent Village, Ensom City, Keystone, Spanish Town Road and all roads leading off,
Washington Boulevard and all roads leading off, Molynes Road and all roads leading off, and sections of downtown Kingston.
Regular water supply should return by 6:00 pm today.
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