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Clarendon brothers drowns at Jaws' bridge in Martha's Vineyard


According to a well-known proverb, "who the gods love die young," which must have been the case for Tavaris and Tavoughn Bulgin, the two brothers who drowned after jumping off Jaws' bridge in Martha's Vineyard Massachusetts in the United States. Although Tavoughn's body has not been recovered, he is presumed drowned. Tavaris and Tavough are church-going born-again Christians from Palmer's Cross, May Pen. Their father works as a pastor. Both boys have a high level of education, having attended the University of the West Indies and the University of Technology. Tavaris and Tavoughn left for a summer work program at a restaurant in Martha's Vineyard, with plans to return to Jamaica at the end of August. According to reports, Tavaris and Tavoughn, along with some coworkers, jumped off the Jaws' bridge around 11 p.m. Sunday night, got into trouble, and drowned. Travaris' body was found early Monday morning, but Tavoughn's body has yet to be found. Stay tuned for more information


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