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October 1, 2004
Adams is ninth road fatality

Forty-four-year-old Sylvina Adams, formerly of Richland Park became this country’s ninth road fatality when a car driven by her brother-in-law Wilfred Thomas crashed into a wall in Richland Park.

According to Adams’ sister Sharon Ottley, her sister had gone somewhere on the leeward side of the island to play dominos with four other persons. {{more}}Ottley said that her sister died at the Levi Latham Health Centre in Mesopotamia after the accident which took place after 2 am Monday.

Ottley remembers her sister as a person who loved sports and played ladies hardball cricket. She said that her sister would be buried at the Richland Park Adventist Church on Sunday. Adams had one son, George.