Woman shot dead at Negril hotel wedding reception identified
Crime scene investigators carrying out their job after three people were shot, one fatally, at a hotel wedding reception in Negril, Westmoreland.

WESTMORELAND, Jamaica - The woman who was shot and killed at a hotel wedding reception in the resort town of Negril has been identified.

The deceased is Rudhena Senior, a 31-year-old data entry clerk of a Riverside district, Kingsvale, Hanover address.

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Reports are that about 6:15 pm, a lone motorcyclist drove onto a side lane located between the hotel and another well-known resort. On reaching a section of the lane, the gunman reportedly opened fire at the wedding guests through a fence, hitting the woman and two men.

Senior, who received shots to the upper left section of the chest, was rushed to the nearby Omega Medical Hospital in Negril where she died.

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The two men are currently receiving treatment in a hospital.

The incident left overseas guests at a nearby hotel, who were outside dining at the time of the shooting, traumatised and scampering for cover.

The police, who have not yet established a motive, continue their investigations.

Anthony Lewis

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