Thursday, April 25, 2024

Moseley’s death hits family hard


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A usual early morning exercise trip yesterday was the last for former West Indies fast bowler and cricket coach Ezra Moseley.

The 63-year-old, who celebrated his birthday last month, lost his life tragically in a vehicular accident, becoming the first road fatality of the year.

When a Sunday Sun team visited his Waldron Village, Christ Church home yesterday, his girlfriend was too distraught to speak.

READ: Former cricketer, coach Ezra Moseley dies in road accident

His first cousin Owen Moseley, however, said the entire family and neighbourhood were reeling from the news of his death. (RA)

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