Four foreigners among six dead after motor vehicle crashes in Trelawny and St Mary

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Separate motor vehicle crashes in Trelawny and St. Mary Sunday morning left six people including four foreign nationals dead.
The first incident occurred around 12: 30 a.m. when  a White Mitsubishi Mini bus  traveling along the Braco main road towards Rio Bueno collided with a Ford Ranger traveling towards Duncans.
According to reports, upon reaching the vicinity of Braco Farms Limited, the Mitsubishi bus which was transporting seven foreign nationals swerved to the right of the road into the path of the Ford and collided causing severe damage to both vehicles.
Forty-five year old Kathleen Rawlinson of a U.K address died on the spot.
Three other foreign nationals identified as  Talia Jones, a Canadian living in the U.K, 17 year old Caisie Mulla and the driver of the mini bus, 49 year old Gary Banford also from the UK were rushed to the Falmouth Hospital where they were pronounced dead.
The three remaining passengers including a 15 year old have been admitted to hospital in serious but stable condition.
In the second crash which occurred around 6:20 a.m. in St. Mary, a black Nissan pulsar with three persons aboard was traveling from Kingston towards Annotto Bay.
Full details on the crash have not yet been released, however RJR News understands that on reaching the vicinity of Castleton in an area known as eleven steps, the driver reportedly lost control of the vehicle and hit a wall.
Two persons said to be cousins died on the spot.
One is said to be a member of the Jamaica Defence Force.
The third person has been admitted to hospital in serious condition.  
The names of the deceased have not yet been released.
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