Jordane Fletcher: Former Reggae Boy Striker Critical in Hospital after Involvement in Negril Accident
Jamaica News, Westmoreland: Our news team has been informed that Jordane Fletcher, Former National Reggae Boys striker was admitted to the Savanna-la-mar hospital in serious condition following his involvement in a motor vehicle accident, which occurred along a section of the roadway in Negril, Westmoreland on Sunday afternoon, May 20.
Traffic Investigators say they now want to clear the air that, Fletcher was not involved in the dreaded accident which occurred along the Hopewell main road in Hanover on Sunday night and which claimed the lives of five persons
Fletcher came to stardom after he guided the Cornwall College Dacosta Cup team to winning the Dacosta Cup in 2016. Fletcher also was voted as MVP that same year and shortly after graduating he was selected on the Senior Reggae Boy Team.
Fletcher is said to have been traveling in a motor vehicle in Negril on Sunday afternoon when it met in an accident. It is reported that he sustained head injuries and was rushed to the Savanna-la-mar hospital in an unconscious state, where he was treated and admitted in serious condition.
The public now is confusing both traffic accidents, but the Hanover traffic department is now reporting that Fletcher was never involved in the two vehicles collision which claimed the lives of four men and one female in Hopewell community.
By Henry Bucknor