Elderly Male Pedestrian Killed in Trelawny Crash

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Jamaica News, April 12, 2018 – Police Seek Help to Identify Elderly Male Pedestrian Killed in Trelawny Crash

Trelawny, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – The Falmouth police in the parish of Trelawny say they are now seeking the assistance of the public, to identify an elderly  pedestrian who was killed in Wednesday, April 11, after he attempted to cross a section of the roadway.

Reports by the police are that shortly after 10:45 p.m. on Wednesday, the unidentified man was in the process of crossing a section of the North Coast Highway leg in Falmouth, when he stepped into the path of a Toyota Axio motor car, which was traveling from the directions of Falmouth towards Duncans.

The victim was run over by the vehicle, he sustained head and body injuries.

The Falmouth police were summoned and upon arrival, the deceased was transported to hospital and pronounced dead.

The police say the victim is believed to be about 65 years old. He was clad in black shirt and black pants, also the victim is of a dark complexion and about 5ft 6ins tall.

Anyone knowing identity of the victim is being asked to contact the Falmouth police or Police Control 119.

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