Jamaica News, Trelawny: Our news team has been informed that Constable Rohan Gordon, the Trelawny based police officer who was involved in a bloody motor vehicle accident which claimed the lives of two men, and injured two others, is presently at hospital in serious condition.
Constable Gordon is said to be the driver of the other ill-fated vehicle which claimed the lives of the two men, who were traveling in a Corolla motorcar along a section of the Duncans main road, in Trelawny, on Saturday morning. January 26.
The deceased have been identified as 29-year-old Gregory Gallimore, driver of Spring Hill in Trelawny and 40-year-old Jeffery Cunningham, also of a Trelawny address.
Two teenagers, 19-year-old Noel Palmer and 17-year-old Cawayne Brown along with 22-year-old Jovaugh Wilson, who were traveling as passengers in the rear vehicle, sustained serious and are presently at hospital in serious condition.
In the meanwhile, reports by the Falmouth police are that about2:50 a.m. on Saturday, Constable Gordon who is said to have been on suspension at the time of the accident, was driving a Toyota Corolla Sedan motorcar, from the directions of Falmouth towards Duncans.
On reaching the Intersection of the roadway that leads to the Trelawny Multi-purpose Stadium, Constable Gordon allegedly drove into the path of the 1996 Toyota Corolla station wagon motorcar, with the five men on board, and which was coming from the directions of Duncans Square towards Falmouth, being driven by Gallimore.
Both Constable Gordon and Gallimore, along with the four male passengers, sustained severe injuries and were rushed to the Falmouth hospital, where Gallimore and Cunningham who were traveling in the front passenger seat of his car were pronounced dead.
Our news team also learnt that the Gallimore and the other passengers were returning from a wake which was held in a neighboring community.