Motorcyclist Feet and Hand Severed in Traffic Accident  

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Jamaica News, March 27, 2018 – Motorcyclist Feet and Hand Severed

Montego Bay, Jamaica (McKoy’s News) – The Freeport police have reported that a motorcyclist who met in an ill-fated accident, along the Fairfield main road in Montego Bay on Monday night, March 26, ended up with both his legs and one arm severed, as well as, suffered head injuries during the incident.

The police have reported that shortly after 10:30 p.m. on Monday, the victim 28-year-old Duke Smith of Pitfour in St James, was riding a Zung Zang motorcycle with no registration affixed, from the directions of Montego Bay towards Granville.  The police further stated, it is alleged that Smith and another motorcyclist were racing along the Fairfield main road.

On reaching the vicinity of the Barnett Estate, both motorcyclists were in the process of overtaking a motor car when Smith lost control of his motorcycle and crashed head-on into a Black 2005 Nissan Sunny motorcar, which was heading in the opposite direction.

The impact of the accident sent Smith crashing into the front windshield of the car and he later ended up in a bloody heap along the roadway.

It is reported that he suffered head injuries and had both legs and one arm severed.

He was transported to the Cornwall Regional Hospital where he was admitted in intensive care unit.

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