Jamaica News: A policeman who was hit from his motorcycle this morning has died in hospital.
He is 24-year-old Constable Fabian Morrison.
Reports are that Constable Morrison who was attached to the Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch (PSTEB) was hit from his service motorcycle on Thursday, December 10 on South Camp Road, in the vicinity of the Jamaica Defence Force’s Headquarters, St. Andrew.
Reports are that at about 8:10 a.m., Constable Morrison was driving a police service motorcycle in a Westerly direction when on reaching the intersection of Arnold Road and Camp Road, a female motorist turned suddenly into the path of the service motorcycle resulting in the collision. Constable Morrison was flung from the motorcycle and received multiple injuries. A team of JDF paramedics assisted him to the Kingston Public Hospital where he died whilst being treated.
The female motorist is in custody and is to be interviewed in the presence of her attorney.
In the meantime, the Police High Command is expressing condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of Constable Morrison. The Force’s Chaplaincy Unit and Welfare Unit have been providing support to the family members and colleagues of Constable Morrison.
A release from the Constabulary Communications Unit (CCU) said Constable Morrison graduated from the National Police College of Jamaica in January, 2019 and in the short time he has served, he has proven himself to be an asset to the Constabulary Force, through his dedication and commitment to his duties. He was hailed as an outstanding Force Motorcyclist.