Fatal crash

Uncategorized February 9, 2016

The mangled wreck of the Toyota Wish that was involved in yesterday’s crash on Spanish Town Road inSt Andrew.

THREE people — two men and a woman — were yesterday crushed to death in a two-vehicle crash on Spanish Town Road near Six Miles in

St Andrew.

Superintendent Arthur Brown, head of the St Andrew South Police Division, reported that the crash took place about 3:00 pm and that speeding was the cause.

Up to press time yesterday the names of the victims were not released. “A grey Suzuki Swift was travelling easterly along Spanish Town Road, [and] reports we received are that… the driver lost control of the vehicle,” said Superintendent Brown. The Swift, he said, flipped, went airborne, and landed on top of a Toyota Wish travelling in the opposite direction. “The Toyota Wish got out of control, careened across the road into the eastbound lane and slammed into a wall,” said the superintendent.

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