Thursday, April 25, 2024

Visitor drowns at Crane Beach


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The police have confirmed that there is a second drowning, this time at Crane, St Philip.

Reports are that a 64-year-old male visitor died at the popular location around 3:50 p.m. after he got into difficulties while swimming.

The man was brought to shore by the lifeguard on duty and received medical treatment however he passed away. Lawmen said the man is from the UK and was staying at a guesthouse in Fitts Village, St James.

Earlier today an elderly man died after he was pulled from the waters at Browne’s Beach, St Michael and taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. (AC/PR)



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