Police Officer Clarence Cameron dies following All Saints Road Accident

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Clarence Cameron is this country’s latest road fatality.

The Corporal in the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda reportedly lost control of his vehicle on the All Saints Road just before midnight Tuesday.

He was extricated from the severely marred vehicle and rushed to the Intensive Care Unit of the Sir Lester Bird Mt St John’s Medical Centre where he later succumbed to multiple injuries.

His death represents the latest in a string of unfortunate events to Officers of the Police Force in recent months.

Earlier Reports:

One person is dead and another hospitalized following a single-vehicle crash on the All Saints Road.

The incident occurred around  10:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

The male driver of the Suzuki Swift apparently lost control of the car which collided with a culvert before hitting a light pole.

The driver was thrown from the vehicle before it came to a halt.

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  1. Stake outs and speeding tickets could save lives not jus vaccines. Invest in speed meters and not say we gonna ban a car. CARS DONT DRIVE THEMSELVES.I

  2. Resurrect him, throw him before the court, fine him for dangerous driving and lock him up for a few days, clearly that was speeding….Oh no you can’t cause he’s dead now huh. R.I.P to his family. Who feels it knows it, police need to be fair with the law, not Peter pay for for Paul,wtf ! Sure if one a dem family or friend involved they be easy on them, Karma is a son of a bitch though, just saying. Be fair, be honest, again my sympathy to this man’s family and friends.

  3. They said he was extricated from the vehicle. Then they said he was thrown from the vehicle. Which one is it?

    • My condolences to his family, friends and co-workers. I have sight-knowledge of him. Never knew him really well, but any death is a loss to society so may his loved ones find some solace in their hour of grief.

  4. Condolences to his immediate family, colleagues, his mom and, his father,Ewen an x-inspector of police in Antigua. God is in control.

  5. My sincere condolences go out to the officer’s family & friends & a wish of speedy recovery to the young lady…….. On the other hand, this man has 21 years of unbroken service, he was good worker & worked in several depts; yet still this man died as a constable? Is this the way the police force treat people? Where is that sense of empathy & loyalty from the hierarchy in the force? A man deserves his flowers while he is alive in contrast to getting such flowers when he no longer has life…… May his soul RIP

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