St. James, Jamaica (McKoy’s News)- TEENAGE BOYS SHOT UP BY GUNMEN IN ST. JAMES: The Cambridge and Anchovy police in St. James are now carrying out investigations into an incident where two teenage boys were shot up by gunmen while traveling in a car along the Richmond Hill main road in Bicker Steth on Sunday night and are still in the hospital in serious condition.

Reports are that shortly after 7:30 pm on Sunday, the 15-year- old student and an 18-year-old boy both of Johnson Common in Bicker Steth were traveling in a Blue Toyota Pro Box motor car from the directions of Anchovy towards Richmond Hill.

On reaching a section of the Richmond Hill main road in the vicinity of the Full Gospel Chapel two men armed with handguns jumped from bushes and opened fire onto the car.

The driver sped away and on reaching a section of the roadway he discovered that both boys had been shot. Both victims were rushed to the Cornwall Regional Hospital where they were admitted.


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