Sizzla in accident

(Jamaica Observer) Jamaicans in the Corporate Area have expressed shock at news that deejay Miguel Collins, otherwise called ‘Sizzla Kalonji’, was involved in a road accident in St Ann last night.

The Constabulary Communication Network (CCN) reported that about 8:30 pm the entertainer was travelling on a bike in Mount Salem when he collided with a vehicle.

He was rushed to the St Ann’s Bay Hospital where he was admitted in serious but stable condition.

“We are praying and keeping our fingers crossed for the entertainer,” said Sandra Smith, a woman in Cross Roads.

“I was shocked when I heard the news I am just hoping he recovers quickly,” added Susan Crooke, who was spotted in Half-Way-Tree.

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