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Tuesday May 03
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Two men died as a result of injuries they received in a motor vehicle crash on Bogue main road in Montego Bay, St James, Monday night.
They are 24-year-old Collin Graham, a morgue attendant of Ramble Hill, St James, and Lionel Duhaney, 34, a merchandiser also of Ramble Hill.
Reports from the Montego Bay police are that about 10:30pm, both men were occupants of a Toyota Allion motor car that was travelling towards Hanover. The driver allegedly lost control of the vehicle, hit an embankment and collided with a utility pole before landing in a backyard.
Graham and Duhaney were reportedly thrown from the vehicle.
They were pronounced dead at a hospital, the police said.
Commenting that speeding continues to be one of the leading causes of motor vehicle collisions resulting in the loss of life, the police appealed to motorists to drive within the specified speed limit.
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