Unidentified Male Killed in St. Thomas Accident

An unidentified man lost his life following his involvement in a motor vehicle accident, which occurred in Morant Bay, St Thomas, on Friday night. January 10th.

Reports by the Morant Bay Police are that about 9:15 pm, the unidentified male was travelling along a section of the Springfield main road when he got involved in an accident.

The victim sustained head and body injuries and was later rushed to the Morant Bay hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

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