Trelawny teacher dies suddenly after attending workshop

TRELAWNY,Jamaica -The Duncans All -Age School in Trelawny has been plunged into mourning following the death of a teacher on Friday.

She has been identified as Ann-Marie Lindo, the vice principal at the institution, who collapsed and later died after attending a workshop at the Hague Primary School in the parish.

According to reports, Lindo collapsed shortly before 4:00pm while she was walking towards her vehicle in the car park.

She was taken to hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Teachers at the Duncans All-Age School say they are trying to come to grips with Lindo's untimely passing.

She has been described as a passionate teacher who cared for her students. Her skills as a mathematics teacher was recognised throughout the Ministry of Education Region 3.

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