Police impose 48-hour curfew in sections of Kingston eastern division

KINGSTON, Jamaica – A 48-hour curfew has been imposed in sections of the Kingston eastern division. The curfew commenced at 8:00 pm on Friday, December 2 and will continue until 8:00 pm on Sunday, December 4.

The boundaries of the curfew are:

SOUTH: Along Sir Florizel Glasspole Boulevard from the Cement Company eastern boundary to Harbour Drive.

EAST: Along Harbour Drive from Sir Florizel Glasspole Boulevard to Crusher Lane then along an imaginary line to the Cement Company dirt road.

WEST: Along the eastern boundary of the Cement Company from Sir Florizel Glasspole Boulevard to the Cement Company dirt road.

NORTH: Along the Cement Company dirt road running from the Cement Company eastern boundary to an imaginary line intersecting with an imaginary line extending from Crusher Lane.

Individuals are reminded that during the hours of the curfew, all people within the boundaries are required to remain within their premises unless otherwise authorised in writing by the ground commander.

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