Journalist Job Nelson didn’t die from bullet wound, autopsy finds

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Late journalist Job Nelson died on May 21, 2024,

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Journalist Job Nelson, who died on May 21, did not die from gunshot wound as previously reported.

An autopsy conducted on his body found that he died from a puncture wound that resulted from a metal object discharged from the airbag of the car he was driving when the vehicle crashed at a section of Spanish Town Road in St Andrew just over a month ago.

No bullet wound was reportedly found on Nelson’s body.

Nelson, 53, was up to the time of his death working as a sports journalist with the RJRGLEANER Communications Group.

Before rejoining the Gleaner team just over a year ago, Nelson worked with Loop News for more than six years.

He had also worked with the Jamaica Observer and Sunday Herald.

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