Jamaican Athlete Killed In Early Morning Car Crash Identified

The Jamaican athletes involved in a crash early this morning which one died and the other hospitalised in serious condition have been identified.

The accident that took place on hope road St Andrew, Jordan Scott who attended the University of Technology (UTECH) dead. He previously attended the Petersfield High School in Westmoreland.

The other who is hospitalised in serious condition is identified as Michael Campbell, a member of the 4x100m relay team in London and also MVP club-mate

Head of the Police Traffic Division, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Calvin Allen, said the two persons were travelling in a Honda Civic towards Papine on Hope Road about 4:45 a.m. when on reaching near the intersection with Lady Musgrave Road, the driver reportedly lost control of the motor car.

Allen said the Honda Civic crashed into the concrete median and then burst into flames after hitting a wooden utility pole.

Both persons in the ill-fated car were rescued from the inferno where one was pronounced dead at the hospital and the other one admitted in serious condition.

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Rip so sad

Wow,what a waste


Heartbreaking sip