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Tuesday Nov 16
Two people were shot and killed by gunmen in Savanna-la-Mar on Tuesday afternoon.
Reports are that victims were shot in the community that is located in the Westmoreland Police Division an area where a state of Emergency has been imposed.
Sources report that the deadly attack took place shortly after midday.
Reports are that one of the victims was attending a training session put on through the Peace Management Initiative on Barracks road in in Savanna-la-Mar.
Reports are that while on lunch break at the event he was pounced upon and shot by a lone gunman on the premises of the resource centre.
Details as to how the other victim died are still not clear at this time.
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