The Jamaica Constabulary Force, JCF, has disclosed that one of the three men killed in a motor vehicle collision with a tour bus in Hanover on Sunday was out on bail.

Twenty-seven-year-old Courtney Lazarus of a Salt Spring and Albion address in St James was on bail for murder and shooting at the police.

Lazarus, who was booked to return to court in St James on January 11, next year, was to reside in St Ann and was not supposed to be seen in St James or its environs unless coming to court as part of his bail conditions.

The other two deceased men have been identified as Javade Reid, a technician of a Kings Street address and Jamain Scott of a Granville address. Both men are Twenty-seven-years-old.

The police on Sunday had reportedly found One black and chrome browning single action firearm with a magazine containing 13, 9mm cartridges were found in the car.

The other weapon found is a black chrome barrister firearm with a magazine containing 14, 9mm cartridges.

The crash took place on a section of the Northern Coastal Highway in an area called Barbican.

Reports from the police are that at about 12:30 in the afternoon, the Nissan Latio motorcar with the three men aboard was travelling from the direction of St James towards Lucea.

Upon reaching a section of the Northern Coastal Highway in an area called Mosquito Cove, the men were alerted of the police carrying out spot check on the road.

The driver of the car hastily spun around and sped away. However, he reportedly lost control and collided with a Toyota Hiace bus with five occupants.

The men were pronounced dead in hospital while the driver of the tour bus and the four passengers were taken to the hospital for treatment.