Traffic fatality on John F. Kennedy Drive
A 39-year-old man identified by friends as Garvin Hall, became the country’s 21st traffic fatality victim yesterday.
The Police Traffic Division revealed that Hall was travelling east on John F. Kennedy Drive at about 4 a.m., when he lost control of his vehicle and collided with a tree.
According to police, Hall’s injuries were so “serious” that he died at the scene of the accident.
His friends expressed their support for each other and his family on social networking site Facebook.
One friend wrote: “Just hours ago we spoke. You told me you weren’t sure your were going out last night. I can’t believe what i’m hearing, this is so unreal right now… Garvin Hall you will be missed greatly. R.I.P old boy.”
Another wrote: “No matter how many times you hear about death, that icy, chilling feeling never changes. R.I.P Garvin.”
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