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Friday Apr 01
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The police have cordoned off a section of Morgan Lane in Grants Pen, St Andrew following a double murder Friday evening.
Two people were killed in Morgan Lane, Grants Pen, St Andrew late Friday.
Several explosions sounding like gunshots were heard in the community about 5:30pm. It was discovered that two people had been killed.
The double murder comes on the heels of another man being killed in Morgan Lane. In that incident, a man was chopped after he allegedly opened gunfire at individuals with whom he earlier had an argument.
The police are now at the location. More information later.
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