UK accident victims’ remains repatriated

The bodies of three elderly U.K. tourists who died in a horrific May 2 crash in East End were repatriated late last week, according to the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service.

Ian Mansell, 72, his wife Pamela, 74, and Marlene Wright, 69, died in a head-on collision late that evening as they headed back to Morritt’s Tortuga Resort where they had been staying on a two-week trip.

A 22-year-old Jamaican man was also killed in the wreck, which was one of the deadliest ever to occur in the Cayman Islands.


  1. Who was responsible for this most horrible crash. Was the Jamaican here legally. If not, Cayman has a responsibility to these poor souls who lost their life while on Cayman.

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