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Cayman Car Crash Killed Jamaican Doctor, Taxi Driver in Court

Cayman Car Crash Killed Jamaican Doctor, Taxi Driver in Court

Jamaica News, February 8, 2018

Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – Cayman Car Crash Killed Jamaican Doctor: Roy Clivey Tamasa, a taxi driver in Cayman, made his initial appearance in a court in Cayman on Monday regarding last year’s motor vehicle crash which claimed the life of a Jamaican doctor.

Tamasa, who is facing two charges – Causing Death by Wreckless Driving and Causing Death by Dangerous Driving, was charged on January 12, 2018.

The charges arose from a July 28, 2017, incident at the Owen Roberts International Airport in which Mr. Tamasa, who was driving a silver Toyota Hiace van, struck Dr. Veary Anetta Jones Leslie who was visiting from Jamaica. The Doctor succumbed to her injuries.

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