Doctors Hail Demarco as a Hero After Saving Woman’s Life

Doctors Hail Demarco as a Hero After Saving Woman’s Life

Dancehall superstar Demarco and members of his True Gift Entertainment team have been hailed as heroes by a group of doctors attached to the University of the West Indies Hospital, following a serious car accident that almost claimed the life of a woman on Saturday Night.

The incident unfolded on Saturday, November 9th in the vicinity of Burlington Avenue and Westminster Road while Demarco and his team were engaged in a game of football at their studio compound. Amidst the game a loud crashing noise was heard; upon further investigation it was discovered a Honda Civic motorcar with four females and a Toyota Corolla Station Wagon taxi was involved in a serious collision that left one of the four woman with a fractured skull; others with neck and back injuries and the taxi operator in a dizzy state.

Demarco and his team quickly rushed to the scene pulling the victims from the wreckage while other members of the team alerted the authorities. With blood gushing everywhere and the cries for help a towel was used to wrap the head of the victim with the fractured skull, before whisking her into Demarco’s car and rushing to the hospital, she appeared to be slipping in and out of consciousness.

She was taken to the Andrew’s Memorial Hospital, where they advised they could not help due to lack of required resources. With no time to waste they then took her to the University of the West Indies Hospital where doctors quickly whisked her away later advising Demarco and his team that if it was not for their quick action she could have died on the scene. The other victims were subsequently taken to the hospital by police personnel.

Alluding to onlookers arriving on the scene and videotaping, a seemingly distressed Demarco later tweeted, “Why people so cruel, how can you see a woman dying, blood gushing from her head and be filming big up my team for taking her to the hospital”.

Tommy Lee Sparta Escapes Car Crash, Suffers Broken Foot & Minor Bruises

Tommy Lee Sparta Escapes Car Crash, Suffers Broken Foot & Minor Bruises

Dancehall star Tommy Lee Sparta narrowly escaped serious injury a car accident early this morning, November 9.
The Jamaican deejay suffered minor bruises and will have to undergo wearing support on a broken foot.
Tommy Lee Sparta continues to embark on an amazing year with a dynamic International tour and would like to ensure to his fans worldwide that he is doing well.
The dancehall artist is looking forward to see his supporters and fans at Don Way Entertainment Complex in Montego Bay, to celebrate his official birth-nite bash schedule for tonight.
Following the car accident, his publicist — Aleesha Carter — was in constant communication with Tommy Lee Sparta’s manager to ensure she has been made aware of his progress and state.

GAY MAN TAKING OVER NEW KINGSTON, HARASSING STRAIGHT MEN

GAY MAN TAKING OVER NEW KINGSTON, HARASSING STRAIGHT MEN

Who would have thought straight men in Jamaica would become scared of gays.
After being dubbed the most homophobic location on earth, one would think gays in Jamaica are buried deep under piles of fancy cloth in their closets.
New Kingston is fast becoming the main office for homosexuals in Jamaica and heterosexual men are complaining bitterly of being continuously harassed.
Police officers says they have received numerous complains from straight men that they are being harassed by cross-dressers in New Kingston business district everyday.

RACIAL PROFILING?

RACIAL PROFILING?

NEW YORK (AP) — A New York teen has filed a lawsuit against high-profile department store Barneys New York, the city and its police department over an incident in which he says he was wrongfully detained after making an expensive purchase because he is a young black man.

Another black shopper also has come forward to accuse the store of racial profiling.

In the lawsuit, Trayon Christian, 19, of Queens, said he went to Barneys on Madison Avenue in Manhattan on April 29 and purchased an expensive Ferragamo belt. After leaving, he was accosted by undercover NYPD officers, who said someone at the store had raised concerns over the sale. According to Christian’s lawsuit, filed Monday in state Supreme Court in Manhattan, he showed the receipt from the purchase, the debit card he used to make it and identification to the officers, but was told the identification was false and “that he could not afford to make such an expensive purchase.”

The lawsuit said he was detained at a precinct in a cell for more than two hours before being released with no charges filed against him. It said the incident was due to “discrimination based on plaintiff’s race and age as he was a young black American male.”

In a statement, Barneys denied that it was involved in any detention, saying “that after carefully reviewing the incident of last April, it is clear that no employee of Barneys New York was involved in the pursuit of any action with the individual other than the sale.”

Meanwhile, another shopper who heard about the lawsuit came forward to say she had a similar experience after purchasing a $2,500 designer handbag at the store in February.

Kayla Phillips, 21, of Brooklyn, told the New York Daily News and the New York Post that she was surrounded by police after leaving the store. They demanded to know why she used a debit card without a name on it, she said.

Phillips explained that it was a temporary card, and after showing police identification and a new debit card that had arrived in the mail that morning, they let her go.

The New York Police Department said any officers’ role is under internal review. The city’s law department said it was waiting for a formal copy of the lawsuit, and would review the claim once it had been received