Dancehall artiste injured in crash that kills Canadian

A Canadian woman died and two men were injured in a three-vehicle collision on the Mandela Highway, in the vicinity of Ferry in St Catherine today, January 12.

The deceased is 26-year-old Tashana Cumbermack from Canada.

One of the injured, Damion ‘Munga’ Rhoden, the Dancehall artiste who is pictured above, was driving the Toyota Axio involved in the crash.

The Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said: “Reports are that, about 5:50am, the driver of a Toyota Axio, with three passengers aboard, lost control of the vehicle and collided with a Suzuki Vitara motor car.

“It is alleged that the Suzuki Vitara then collided with a Hiace bus in which Cumbermack was a passenger.

Dancehall artiste Munga Honourable. Photo Credit:

“The police were summoned and the driver of the Axio and one of his passengers – as well as Ms Cumbermack – were taken to hospital. Cumbermack was pronounced dead while the men were admitted for treatment,” the JCF further said.

Investigations are continuing.

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