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THE MINIBUS DRIVER charged in the wake of Thursday’s serious accident at the Eagle Hall, St Michael junction was remanded after lengthy submissions in the District “B” Boarded Hall Magistrates’ Court yesterday.
Kelvin Ricardo Hall (right), 37, of Airlie Tenantry, Hinds Hill, Cave Hill, St Michael, was not required to plead to four indictable traffic offences.
The prosecution said Hall could soon face an upgraded charge in relation to the death of 62-year-old passenger George Anthony Blackman.
When he returns from remand at HMP Dodds, Hall will appear in the District “A” Traffic Court at District “F”, St Joseph, on February 7.
 

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