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Jamieson Williams was shot in this station wagon

Almost a month after being shot multiple times outside his home in Sangre Grande, a 46-year-old man has died at hospital.

Jamieson Williams had been shot in the face, abdomen, and hands as he reversed out of his driveway at Quash Trace Extension, on May 7.

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On that afternoon, he was confronted by two men, and shot after an argument.

The motive for the shooting was not disclosed.

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