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    April 26

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Back in Dad's arms

Coastline Communications,

Added 13 May 2015


Corey Mayers and his son Tayshawn back together after the six-year-old was spotted on Baxters Road following a public appeal. (Picture by Xtra Vision Photography.)

IF YOUNG FATHER, Corey Mayers, could tie his son on to him, he would.

This is after six-year-old Tayshawn Mayers became lost yesterday morning on the way to St George Primary School.

Corey, 27, left his Hinds Hill, St Michael home to catch public transportation to Bridgetown, and the boy got a seat before Corey, who eventually sat a few seats behind Tayshawn on the opposite side of the packed Transport Board bus.


Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition.


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