PCA lifts Sea Lots spirits

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Sea Lots resident Adella Grant had her prayers answered on Saturday morning, when an official from the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) returned to the area less than 24 hours after cancelling a scheduled interview with eyewitnesses to the February 24…

Sea Lots resident Adella Grant had her prayers answered on Saturday morning, when an official from the Police Complaints Authority (PCA) returned to the area less than 24 hours after cancelling a scheduled interview with eyewitnesses to the February 24 fatal accident at the intersection of Beetham Highway and Pioneer Drive, Sea Lots.

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