Constable Oshane Irons dies in St Catherine three-vehicle accident

Constable Oshane Irons Death – Obituary: Constable Orlando Irons who was assigned to the Montego Bay Fugitive Apprehension Team has lost his life on Monday, October 25, following a three-vehicle accident in St Catherine.

The crash occurred in St Catherine along the Bog Walk bypass

According to report, around 9 a.m. Irons was driving religious leader Kevin O. Smith to Kingston to face murder and other charges when their vehicle crashed with two other vehicles.

Irons is the officer that died along with the cult leader following the fatal crash.

The cause of the crash is not released immediately by the officials.

Friends have taken to their social media handle to express their grief over the death of Constable Irons.

Sandra McIntosh posted, “Picture of the Police Officer that died along with the cult Pastor.
He was Constable Orlando Irons.
RIP. A young man!!Condolences to his family.
Casualty of war. 🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲”

“The aunt of Constable Orlando Irons, who died in Monday morning’s three-vehicle collision along the Bog Walk bypass in St Catherine, has expressed deep sadness at her nephew’s tragic passing.
“He was a great person,” Marcia Wilson told.
“Everybody have dem issues but you don’t know his issues, because he is such a great person,” she said, noting that the late cop was close to his family members.
Wilson explained that she had a look at her nephew at the Spanish Town Hospital before he was removed to the morgue.”

“Two policemen at the Freeport Police Station in Montego Bay, St James raise a standard of the Jamaica Constabulary Force to half-mast following the death of Constable Oshane Irons.
Irons, who was assigned to the Montego Bay Fugitive Apprehension Team, died in a car crash in Bog Walk, St Catherine today while transporting religious leader Kevin O. Smith.
Smith was being transported to Kingston to face murder and other charges.”

The crash is still under investigation by the police.