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  1. Iโ€™m sick and tired of these ppl who think capturing a video is more important that assisting persons in distress. Something needs to be done as most time seeing the horrific video is how some families finds out about there love ones

    1. Jamaicans for the most part have low empathy when it comes to situations like this because they’ve become too accustomed and desensitized towards horrific deaths. I know people who posts dead bodies on their WhatsApp status ever so often like it’s nothing.

  2. Thanksgiving for mentioning of “YOUTH CLUBS” police or community. Youth clubs are an identification of peer groups, extra curriculum subject matters and and enhancement of academic health and safety matters, while chilling from school. Trusted police personnels are great role models differing violence, crime and or antisocial behaviours which appears to PEEP in as parallel school subjects, towards our children often with their failings, injury and or death. Blessed Thanksgiving ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ

    1. I agree Sisterqueen 100% I’ve been working in a Youth Club for 7 years in my spare time and this is highly needed ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿ–ค๐Ÿ–ค

  3. Drivers need to drive courteously and follow the highway code. most people is in a hurry whilst driving like the own the road.

  4. Why not put a law to address videoing of people in dead and ECT to avoid this if not helping your citizens in life and danger
    Argument done

  5. Proper communication is a major problem in Jamaica. Quite often the right hand doesnโ€™t know what the left is doing.
    Persons are sent back and forth, left and right before the necessary information is obtained.

    1. And come to think of it, Jamaica is supposed to be an English-speaking country, yet they have no command of the language. There are people now living in Jamaica from Eastern Europe and Latin America that speak more coherently in English than Jamaicans. Sometimes I just hit the mute button so that I don’t have to hear the senseless garbage they are rambling on about.

  6. What’s the speed limit in Jamaica. Why must they drive so fast? All these catastrophes whenever there is an accident. Jamaican’s feet are too heavy.

  7. And this will not teach anyone any lessons…they will still speed, change lane badly, stop abruptly in front of you, illegally overtake and all these wreckless behaviors… Jamaicans unuh a gwan really bad…

  8. They don’t care about Jamaicans, only when it’s time to vote. look at some places in Westmoreland, no garbage trucks go to collect garbage. Over 2 months Albany Housing Scheme no see garbage truck.

  9. Driver drive slowly my condolences goes out to the family of the decease and a speedy recovery for those who got hurt

  10. That road way need something in the road ok because on that part of road they speed ok so put something in the road and make them go slow …

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