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Police Force mourns the tragic death of 42-year-old Constable Clarence Cameron 

The Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda is in mourning following the death of 42-year-old constable Clarence Cameron who became the country’s latest road fatality.

Cameron who was traveling along All Saints Road on August 3 allegedly lost control of the Suzuki Swift he was driving which collided with a culvert before hitting a light pole.

He was allegedly thrown from the vehicle before it came to a halt.

The officer was transported to the Intensive Care Unit of the Sir Lester Bird Mount St John’s Medical Centre where he later succumbed to multiple injuries.

Cameron served in the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda for 21 unbroken years. He worked in several departments Traffic where he was last attached. He was also a member of the motorcycle unit and would have worked at Government House as a motorcycle escort to the Governor General.

Commissioner of Police, Atlee Rodney has described Cameron as one who had a quiet personality and a friendly smile and he has also offered to provide the family and close colleagues with the necessary support and counseling they need to help cope with the loss.

Meanwhile, Denise Horsford of Upper Gambles who was also a passenger onboard the vehicle had to be freed from the wreckage using the jaws-of-life.

She suffered facial injuries and is reported to be in stable condition at the Sir Lester Bird Mount St. John Medical Center.

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