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Scenes from the riot in West Kingston. Viewer’s discretion is advised.

Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
West Kingston riot, March, 15, 2010.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
West Kingston riot, March, 15, 2010.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
A Jamaica Defence Force helciopter hovers above West Kingston Mondayday, as gunmen and police trade bullets during an operation in the Hannah Town and Denham Town area.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
West Kingston riot, March, 15, 2010.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
The army comes to join the battle.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
West Kingston riot, March, 15, 2010.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
Jamaica Defence Soldiers use a fence for a shield as they prepare to enter the fray, as police and gunmen locked horns in Hannah Town, West Kingston on Monday.







West Kingston riot, March, 15, 2010.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
West Kingston riot, March, 15, 2010.
Norman Grindley/Chief Photographer
Soldiers discuss strategy during a three-hour gunfight in Hannah Town, west Kingston, on Monday. Three men were killed in the firefight and three policemen sustained gunshot injuries.


West Kingston riot, March, 15, 2010.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
These Jamaica Defence Force soldiers point to the direction guns shots come from during an operation in West Kingston on Monday.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
West Kingston riot, March, 15, 2010.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
A soldier slides from an armoured vehicle as he gets ready for action in West Kingston on Monday.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
A policeman takes cover behind a vehicle as lawmen and gunmen in the Hannah Town area of West Kingston yesterday.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
West Kingston riot, March, 15, 2010.
Norman Grindley /Chief Photographer
West Kingston riot, March, 15, 2010.
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