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Curfew extended in Gregory Park

The curfew that was imposed in sections of Gregory Park, St Catherine, has been extended for another 48 hours and so will remain in effect until 6 o’ clock Saturday evening, June 9.

Initially, the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) said the curfew, which started June 5, would have ended today, June 7.

The JCF, in a press release this evening, disclosed the extension.

It said the boundaries of the curfew are:

NORTH – along Dyke Road from the round-a-bout to the intersection of Portmore Villa Boulevard and Dyke Road.

SOUTH – along the train line from Dyke Road to Municipal Boulevard.

EAST – along Dyke Road from the intersection of Portmore Villa Boulevard to the train line in the vicinity of National Water Commission Sewage Plant.

WEST- along the Municipal Boulevard from the train line to the round-a-bout.

The JCF further said: “During the hours of the curfew, all persons within the boundaries are required to remain within their premises unless otherwise authorized in writing by the ground commander.”

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