Fright Friday
Two motor cars involved in a collision on Washington Boulevard in the vicinity of Colleyville Avenue, St Andrew, on Friday afternoon are seen here awaiting wrecker service. No one was seriously injured in the crash, the Jamaica Observer was told. (Photo: Llewellyn Wynter)

Traffic mishaps added some amount of gloom to Friday's rains in the Corporate Area, following on the nasty crash in Manchester that left at least three people dead and many injured.

Civilians look on as a policeman investigates the circumstances that led to this truck landing in a gully on Marcus Garvey Drive in Kingston on Friday. The Jamaica Observer learnt that none of three people who were in the truck was injured. (Photo: Garfield Robinson)

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