St. Catherine, Jamaica (Mckoys News) – Easter Sunday Crash: Easter Sunday brought with it a deadly motor vehicle accident for a female and a Street Crime Cop travelling along the North Coast Highway 2000, on Sunday, April 16.
The deceased female in the fatal Easter Sunday crash along the St. Catherine stretch of Highway 2000 have still not been identified by Police.
Reports are that about 9:am police constable Ramon Stephens of the Motorized Patrol and attached to the Street Crime Unit, was travelling with a female going north along the highway, when he allegedly lost control of his car, which crashed into a ditch along the St. Catherine leg of the highway.
The occupants were trapped into the manged motorcar and had to be cut from the vehicle by Spanish Town Fire Department.
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Spanish town police are investigating the cause of the accident.
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Update April 19: Mckoy’s News received information that the female victim (main photo) was a resident of Hartford, Connecticut. We have also gotten may inquiry to related to sex in the car at the time of the accident, we are unable to confirm that, and as such is a rumor coming into our news office.
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