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Woman dies after accident ​


Woman dies after accident  ​

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​THE LARGE CROWD looked on with painful eyes to get a glimpse of the body of Rosean Moore that lay under a cluster of trees along the Spring Garden Highway.

​Moore was a victim of an accident that involved a car driven by 72-year-old Aldolf Mayers, about 200 yards north of the Brighton junction. She was 47.

Police Public Relations Officer Inspector David Welch told the media that Moore, a pedestrian, died at the scene.

He said that initial investigations by police indicated that Moore was walking on the left side of the road going in the direction of Bridgetown when she was struck from behind by the car. Welch said the driver was accompanied by his wife and a grandchild.

It was not an easy time for Moore’s family members of Danesbury, Black Rock, St Michael, and her colleagues of the Jehovah Witnesses congregation of Paradise Heights, St James. They came in twos and threes looking for answers as to what happened. They shared in each other’s sorrow with hugs and uncontrollable tears.

Carrol, Moore’s mother, stoic for the most part with brief signs of sorrow, was supported by friends and family.