Ocho Rios Businessman Killed in Fatal Crash

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Jamaica News, March 15, 2018 – Ocho Rios Businessman Killed                                                                       

St Ann, Jamaica (Mckoy’s News) –  An Ocho Rios businessman lost his life in a motor Vehicle accident which occurred along a section of the Boscobel main road in St Mary on Thursday, March 15.  Three other persons including the victim’s teenage daughter have been admitted to hospital in critical condition.

The dead man has been identified as 46-year-old Bryan Hall of Great Pond in Ocho Rios,  St Ann.

Reports are that shortly after 7:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, Mr. Hall and his teenage daughter were traveling in his white Nissan Tida motor car along a section of the National main road.  On reaching the vicinity of Gully Road, it is alleged that a dog ran across the path of the vehicle and the driver swerved to avoid hitting the animal.

Ochi Rios Businessman Killed in Fatal Crash

Hall lost control of the vehicle which collided head-on into a Honda Stream Motorcar which was heading in the opposite direction.

Both Hall and his daughter, along with the driver and a passenger in the other vehicle sustained serious injuries.

They were rushed to the Port Maria Hospital where Hall was pronounced dead and the other victims admitted in serious condition.

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