Jamaican seasonal worker killed in Canada crash

41-year-old Jermain Boothe a Jamaican seasonal labourer who was working for the summer in that country was killed in a crash last week near Norwich.

Booth was driving a vehicle which crashed into a field. He died at the scene of the crash.

Information also reveal that four male passengers, also seasonal labourers, were taken to hospital with what were described as serious injuries.

The crash occurred about 7 o’clock last Tuesday morning when the SUV rolled and landed in a field.