At least three more people died as a result of two traffic crashes, last evening.
In one of the crashes, two male students of the Jamaican- German Automotive School in St Andrew were killed in Hanover.
Head of the Constabulary’s Public Safety and Traffic Enforcement Branch, PSTEB, Senior Superintendent Calvin Allen says the cause of the crash has not yet been determined.
He says the other four men were admitted in the hospital. The other crash happened along the Melrose bypass in Manchester last evening.
According to the Constabulary’s Corporate Communications Unit, the accident left one male dead and two other persons hospitalized. The deceased was the driver of the vehicle.
In the meantime, the number of traffic crashes across the island so far this year, is inching towards 360. Including these three latest fatalities, the tally stands at 3 hundred and 59.
Senior Superintendent Allen is again pleading with motorists to maintain caution on the roads during this Christmas season. He’s also urging caution from pedestrians who may get intoxicated during the festive season.