4 KILLED IN MOBAY CRASHES OVER WEEKEND: Lilliput turns to blood. Four road deaths of residents drive anxiety into St James community

The mangled remains of the motor
 car involved in the ill-fated crash 
BY HORACE HINES Staff reporter hinesh@jamaicaobserver.com  Sunday, March 11, 2018

MONTEGO BAY, St James — Following the death of two residents of the St James community of Lilliput just outside of this city, the people of the area have been thrown into a state of bloody confusion.
Two residents died in a four-vehicle collision along a section of the North Coast Highway on Thursday. Yesterday morning, it was more blood, sweat and tears with the demise of two more — smashed up badly in another motor vehicle collision near the roundabout of Donald Sangster International Airport.
A policeman works at the scene
of death in Montego Bay. 
Two other community members, one of whom was the driver of the vehicle involved in yesterday's accident, were struggling to stay alive in the nearby Cornwall Regional Hospital up to late yesterday evening.
Those dead yesterday, according to the police, are 35-year-old hotel worker Sheldon Hylton and Odane Smith, both of Bamboo Drive in Lilliput.
“Lilliput under crosses,” one resident of the St James East Central community being represented in the Jamaican Parliament by Tourism Minister Ed Bartlett, stated. more

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