KINGSTON, Jamaica -- A motorist was rushed to hospital a short while ago after a horrific crash along the Mandela Highway.
The man was driving in an easterly direction when he lost control of the vehicle and it crashed into a tree in the vicinity of the Caymanas crossing.
Police say a section of the man's body was crush ...more »
Jamaica Observer photographer Joseph Wellington was in cool Kansas City for the World Cup qualifier between hosts USA and Jamaica at Sporting Park on Friday and these are some of the images his lens captured.
Jamaica defender Wes Morgan (2nd left) and the USA’s Jermaine Jones (13)
challenge for possession.
Ryan Johnson (left) of Jamaica and the USA’s Geoff Cameron rise above all for an aerial battle.
Jamaica Captain Rodolph Autsin (17) shows off his dribbling skills as he gives
USA midfielder Mix Diskerud the slip.
A section of the American support before kick-off.
USA defender Matt Besler gets the better of Jamaica
forward Ryan Johnson on this occasion.
Lloyd Doyley (left) of
Jamaica takes evasive
action as the USA’s
Jermaine Jones comes
in with a sliding tackle.
There is no
doubt who he
is cheering for.
USA goalkeeper and captain
Tim Howad leaps to pluck
the ball out of the air as
Jamaican striker Ryan
Johnson (#9) lurks.
Jamaica midfielder Jobi McAnuff (right) tries to get the better
of USA’s Brad Evans.
Reggae Boy Ryan Johnson (centre) chases the ball as his
Jamaican teammmate Deshorn Brown (right) watches the action.
(right) gets away
from the USA’s
Jamaica’s Jermaine Anderson (centre) dribbles away from
USA defenders, while teammate Darren Mattocks looks on
from a distance.
Jamaican supporters greet the Jamaica Observer camera.
his nation’s flag
prior to kick-off.
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