Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) Searching For Plane Reported To Have Crashed Off The Coast St Elizabeth Jamaica

The Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) and the coast guard is currently conducting a search operation for an aircraft that has reportedly crashed in st elizabeth.

Major Basil Jarrett, civil military cooperation and media affairs officer of the jdf, told the Jamaica observer late yesterday that a aircraft and a coast guard vessel were searching in the lovers’ leap area and its vicinity for possible signs of a wreckage.

“we haven’t found anything yet, but we are still looking,”
he said.
He said the aim was to determine whether or not there was, in fact, a crash and to launch a rescue operation.

Jarrett said the jdf received a call of a possible crash around two or three o’clock in the afternoon.

Meanwhile, the St Elizabeth police told the observer: “we can’t say if it’s a fact, but we got a call that a plane was seen on fire and then was seen to plunge into the sea.”

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