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Police investigating death at Crane Beach

The Police are investigating the death of 58-year-old Anthony Cameron Denny of Harlington, St Philip which occurred sometime after 1:00 a.m. today whilst at Crane Beach St. Philip

Preliminary investigations suggest that around 1:05 a.m., the deceased and a friend were on the sea rocks where they were fishing. While packing up to leave for home, Denny reportedly fell off the sea rocks into the sea. His friend immediately raised an alarm in an effort to get help for his friend who had fallen approximately 100 feet , before disappearing under the water.

The body later washed ashore at Foul Bay Beach, St Philip.

2 Responses to Police investigating death at Crane Beach

  1. Valarie Rock
    Valarie Rock October 14, 2016 at 1:29 pm

    My condolences to my friend Yvette Babb n her family.

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  2. BoboTheClown October 14, 2016 at 1:36 pm

    This is the second death that has occured in a similar mode within the past year . It make no sense whatsoever .Why do any sensible person find themselves fishing from a Cliff or rock that is unsafe to get on or off? If it is dangerous during the day ,one could only imagine how hazardous it would be during the night,yet,lives are being lost stupidly.

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