Injured policewoman needs blood
The police in Trelawny are seeking blood from the residents in the parish in order to save the life of Detective Woman Constable Morlda Johnson of the Criminal Investigation Branch (CIB) in the parish, who sustained serious injuries to her leg in a motor vehicle accident last week.
Sergeant Wayne Wallace, who heads the Community Safety and Security Branch at the Trelawny Police Division and is leading the call for people to donate blood, said: "She is in high spirit but needs of a lot of blood.
"I am making an appeal to members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force, the Jamaica Defence Force, and the wider civilian community to visit the blood bank in your respective areas to donate blood in helping to save the life of one of Detective M. Johnson, one of the nation's crime fighters."
As it relates to her current state, Wallace said: "A pin has been place in one of her legs on Saturday, and they (doctors) will have to place some other permanent pins inside her leg."