Two dead, two injured in crash near Sangster airport in St James
Two men are dead and two others injured following a motor vehicle crash that took place along Queens Avenue, Montego Bay, St James on Saturday morning.
Reports are that about 6:00 a.m., a Nissan Tiida motor car with four men on-board was travelling along the mentioned roadway when on reaching in the vicinity of the roundabout at the Sangster International Airport the driver lost control of the vehicle which overturned.
Two of the occupants died on the spot while the other two were rushed to hospital where they are said to be admitted in serious conditions.
The police, who are investigating, are yet to reveal the identity of the dead men.
More details later as Loop continues to track the story.
The crash is the second incident of its kind to take place along that busy main road in the last two days.
On Thursday two men identified as Kevon Mills and Shadrick Robinson, both of St James addresses were killed when the car they were travelling in crashed into another Honda motorcar that was being driven in the same direction.
Both cars careened across the road and collided with two other cars that were heading towards Montego Bay.
Five persons sustained injuries and were taken to hospital, where Mills and Robinson were pronounced dead, and the others were admitted for treatment.