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Third Greenwich Town plane crash victim dies

Published:Friday | November 11, 2016 | 11:48 AM
Firefighters perform cooling-down operations at the site where a small plane crashed in Greenwich Town yesterday.

The third victim from yesterday’s plane crash in Greenwich Town in St Andrew has died.

The police say 18-year-old St Mary resident, Romone Forbes, who was admitted in critical condition, succumbed to his injuries about 10 o’clock last night at the Kingston Public Hospital.

The police have also released the identities of the two other crash victims.

They are 31-year-old Jonathan Worton, a flight instructor of Boon Hall Road, Stony Hill, St Andrew and 19-year-old Dansheer Gilmore of Ocean Hill, St Ann.

It is reported that about 1:35 yesterday afternoon, the three were aboard a small fix wing aircraft when it developed mechanical difficulties and crashed in a house in Greenwich Town.

All three sustained serious injuries.

Worton and Gilmore died on spot.

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