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Man dies after being stabbed

A man who was stabbed during an altercation yesterday has succumbed to his injuries.

As a result, police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the unnatural death of Wade Bridgeman, 56, of Combermere Street, St. Michael.

Police reports indicate that Bridgeman received a stab wound to his torso during the altercation with another man, while at Combermere Street.

He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital by an ambulance, but passed away after undergoing emergency surgery.

A male suspect is currently assisting with the investigation.

12 Responses to Man dies after being stabbed

  1. Jema Goodluck
    Jema Goodluck September 13, 2015 at 12:51 pm

    Man , that is all they doing now, killing each other?

  2. Sharon Woolley
    Sharon Woolley September 13, 2015 at 12:55 pm

    Here we go again, – Condolences to his family and friends

  3. Michelle Stephens
    Michelle Stephens September 13, 2015 at 12:58 pm

    cant even talk. he was a friend

  4. Divine Duchess
    Divine Duchess September 13, 2015 at 3:25 pm

    If i was being paid for the amount of times i said RIP, that would be my job…i kid u not smh! Lord give me strength hear i can’t, i just can’t. Sick and completely tired of these killings.

  5. Julie Leenders
    Julie Leenders September 13, 2015 at 7:05 pm

    Bloody Hell yet another victim, there be no one left here soon , it will be like a desert island … May the poor guy RIP , and condolences to his family and the guy who did it banged up for a long time

  6. Wendy Stewart
    Wendy Stewart September 13, 2015 at 9:24 pm

    Boy oh boy. Things are changing all over the world!

  7. seagul September 14, 2015 at 2:10 am

    A lot of people here must realize what’s happening. The more harder life becomes with the cost of living etc the more easier it is to lash out. This plays out more so in the streets. Anger is easily aroused and respect is misunderstood.

  8. jrsmith September 14, 2015 at 6:13 am

    Our people have lost they way, (government is there to govern, rules to be implemented, laws to control the lawlessness , and set as guide lines, we can blame everything on the so call recession , but, we are not blaming ourselves.

    Knives , guns, vehicle accidents, drugs, some suicides, this is where we are at, all part of an adoption, want to be like the hood, the ghetto we have it and must deal with it.

    How different are we, as to 50 years ago, the overall black picture, are we better off , worst off , just about surviving, where are we. My take we have lost our culture, our heritage, we have our history, but nothing to take us to the future. blacks are still holding hands and signing ,we shall over come. over come what I don’t know.

    Alex a Caucasian said, the black man was slaved from arfica, leaving behind ,gold ,diamonds, millions of acres of land and taken to America, ending up in new York, in a box room , running off to work every day to make a life and the black man claims , he is blessed. Bishop Tutu said , the white man went to Africa, said to the black man lets pray, when they open they eyes , the white had the land ,the black man had the bible. that’s where we are at.

  9. seagul September 14, 2015 at 6:39 am

    We need to bring building industrial trades especially for the young men to be manually active. Many secondary school leavers don’t want to and many doesn’t have the ability to continue academically anyway. I am talking about electricians, carpenters, butchers, bakers, plumbers, autobody repairs. Everyone doesn’t have to go to college and guarantee a debt to the bank for the rest of your life.
    You got school teachers, who don’t want to teach. We’ve got grown people who can’t write or read. You got strange diseases—ah but there’s no cure. You got many doctors who cares not for the poor. So now we’ve reached the highway of gang violence and bloodshed on the streets. We should not be surprise. The time is up, this is no reality show. We must wake up and restore real love for our children….a Deeper Soul–Caribbean

  10. jrsmith September 14, 2015 at 10:47 am

    What would be a master piece if the government would, start a school offering apprenticeship, to all trades, the draw back, we wouldn’t be able to offer direct employment ,we wouldn’t have the amount of businesses to accommodate the results, the same still can be tried with limits.

  11. harry turnover September 14, 2015 at 1:30 pm

    Folks,the man went looking for a another man with a KNIFE and the other man got him FIRST.
    This Bridgeman guy was a bandit.So another bandit stabbed a bandit So don’t blame Government,parents and the system.Read the back of Todays’ Nation.
    His father was a Prison Officer and if my memory serves me correct he spent some time at Glendairy Prison for offenses committed while his father was there.


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