Fire of unknown origin destroyed a section of the Greater Portmore Pharmacy in St. Catherine. Details surrounding when the fire began, and how it was extinguished are unclear. If you have further details post.
Police in Trinidad and Tobago are reporting that a 3-year-old girl is now in critical condition after being raped by a 17-year-old male suspect at her parents’ home in Guaico, Tamana. The incident reportedly took place around 2 pm, on July 25, when the toddler was left in the living room of the home watching television, by her mother who went to tend to her bed-ridden husband. According to the police, the woman heard screams from the back of the home, while tending to her husband, and she rushed to investigate, what caused her child to scream. She found her daughter lying on the ground naked and bleeding from her vagina. The toddler was rushed to a medical facility before being transferred to the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, where she remains in critical condition. Police were alerted and they arrested the accused teen, who has yet to be charged.
A man believed to be in his fifties, was fatally shot along a section of the Old Stony Hill Road in St. Andrew this morning. The man was shot in the head, and his body found inside a silver 2013 Honda CRV. A motive for the fatal shooting has yet to be ascertained. If you have further details post.
Sheik Umar Khan the main doctor credited with leading the fight against an outbreak of Ebola in Sierra Leone, died from the virus today. Chief Medical Officer in Sierra Leone Brima Kargbo confirmed Khan’s death. Khan who was part of a medical team which treated over 100 patients infected with the Ebola virus, became infected earlier this month and had been moved to a treatment ward run by international medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres, before he died.
A pregnant Detective Corporal attached to the Falmouth Police Station, collapsed and died today. Sometime after 6 am, the officer attached to the Major Investigative Taskforce (MIT), complained that she was not feeling well, and later collapsed. She was rushed to hospital, where she later died. The colleagues of the Detective Corporal have been receiving grief counselling.
Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson set the meet record in the Women’s 50m Breaststroke Heat 3, to qualify as the top seed heading into the semi-finals at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Atkinson with a reaction time of 0.67 clocked 30.49s, to beat Scotland’s Corrie Scott who finished second in 30.64s, and her compatriot Andrea Strachan was third in 31.90s.
61-year-old George McGee has been identified as the bus driver who perished in a motor vehicle collision in St. Ann last night, A Toyota Coaster bus was travelling from Kingston to Montego Bay when it was involved in a collision with a 20-foot Tractor Trailer along a section of the Moneague main road near Phoenix Park, St. Ann. The driver of the Coaster bus was trapped under the steering wheel, before he was later freed, and he along with several passengers from both vehicles were taken to hospital. He was pronounced dead at hospital, meanwhile injuries sustained by passengers are not considered life threatening.
When did it come to this? Where do we begin to look for answers? Turns out that these are deep rooted psychological problems. And what the good Professor Hickling has concluded, might in fact be right. Jamaicans are mad people.
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