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Two killed as gunmen fire upon passenger bus

KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov 22, CMC – Police say two people, including the driver of a public passenger bus, were shot and killed after the vehicle came under heavy gunfire in the in the community of Dundee Pen, Hanover in the northwestern tip of the island on Tuesday night.

crimeeeeeThe police said that 18-year-old Shanoya Murray and Tose McKenzie, 37, also known as ‘Ray Ray’, were killed as the bus with a number of passengers travelled along the Lucea to Askenish road.

They said that an undisclosed number of passengers were also injured when the armed gunmen shot at the vehicle and were taken to the Noel Holmes Hospital for treatment.

The police have not given any motive for the incident.

More than 1,000 people have been murdered here since the start of the year. Last year, Jamaica recorded 1,350 murders, with the police claiming that 65 percent of these murders were linked to gangs.

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KINGSTON, Jamaica, Nov 22, CMC – Police say two people, including the driver of a public passenger bus, were shot and killed after the vehicle came under heavy gunfire in the in the community of Dundee Pen, Hanover in the northwestern tip of the island on Tuesday night.

crimeeeeeThe police said that 18-year-old Shanoya Murray and Tose McKenzie, 37, also known as ‘Ray Ray’, were killed as the bus with a number of passengers travelled along the Lucea to Askenish road.

They said that an undisclosed number of passengers were also injured when the armed gunmen shot at the vehicle and were taken to the Noel Holmes Hospital for treatment.

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The police have not given any motive for the incident.

More than 1,000 people have been murdered here since the start of the year. Last year, Jamaica recorded 1,350 murders, with the police claiming that 65 percent of these murders were linked to gangs.